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Equal and non-transferable

The law granting identical permits to the father and mother for the birth of a child should be processed quickly

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Equal and non-transferable

The unanimous approval of 341 deputies who participated in vote on a bill of law can to establish that parents have equal and non-transferable permits at birth or adopt a child makes hope that it can be achieved An agreement to make law one of most persistent claims of feminist movement. Apart from amount of weeks to be taken jointly and alternately by far and mor, important thing is that permits are equal, untransferable and remunerated at 100%. Only in this way will birth of a child cease to be a factor that penalized mors to work. The goal is to make it indifferent for companies to hire a man or a woman because both have same right to be absent from work if y are parents. It's about eradicating insidious question of wher y plan to have children that many young women face in job interviews.

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It is positive that, after vetoing proposal on two occasions, PP has voted in favour this time. It can be considered a new fruit of great mobilization of March 8. But political parties must now be implemented to facilitate a short parliamentary procedure. It is urgent to end a situation that penalizes women and makes it easier for men to circumvent ir responsibility. The current legislation provides for 16 weeks of leave for mors and five for parents. Of 16 weeks of mor, ten can be transferred, but only 1.75% of parents make use of that possibility.

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