Projeto que aprimora Estatuto do Idoso avança na Câmara dos Deputados

Proposta de Daniela do Waguinho foi aprovada na Comissão de Defesa dos Direitos da Pessoa Idosa

Proposta da deputada federal Daniela do Waguinho aprimora o Estatuto do Idoso

O Projeto de Lei 3295/2021, da deputada federal Daniela do Waguinho (União-RJ), foi aprovado pela Comissão de Defesa dos Direitos da Pessoa Idosa da Câmara dos Deputados. A proposta obriga os serviços socioassistenciais de acolhimento a notificar à autoridade sanitária os casos de suspeita ou confirmação de violência contra idosos.

O projeto aprimora o Estatuto do Idoso, que completou 18 anos em outubro passado. Atualmente, apenas os serviços de saúde públicos e privados, como hospitais e postos, estão obrigados à notificação compulsória de maus-tratos contra idosos.

O PL 3295/2021 estabelece ainda que o descumprimento da nova regra sujeita o responsável a multa de R$ 500 a R$ 3 mil, aplicada em dobro no caso de reincidência.

Os maus-tratos sofridos pelos idosos são de variadas ordens, como violações à integridade (psíquica, física e patrimonial), à liberdade (sexual, direitos individuais, laboral, expressão, de religião ou crença), direitos sociais (alimentação, saúde, moradia), entre outras.

A deputada Daniela do Waguinho ressalta que com o rápido processo de envelhecimento pelo qual passa a sociedade, devem ser reforçados os mecanismos de combate a todas as formas de violência contra pessoas idosas.

“Nosso trabalho é para aprimorar as leis, aumentando a rede de acolhimento e proteção das pessoais vulneráveis. Temos de tratar os idosos com maior atenção e respeito, cuidar de todos eles que um dia fizeram tanto por nós. Violência é crime, tem de ser denunciada e os responsáveis punidos”, afirma a deputada federal Daniela do Waguinho.

O Projeto de Lei 3295/2021 também será analisado em caráter conclusivo pelas comissões de Seguridade Social e Família; e de Constituição e Justiça e Cidadania.

Por Juliana Oliveira |  Assessoria de imprensa 

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