Draft bill: Parents who go to work abroad shall notify authorities

Democrat-Liberal Deputy Petru Calian tendered a draft bill on the underaged whose parents go to work abroad, which stipulates the parents’ obligation to notify authorities about their intention to leave the country 30 days prior to their departure. According to a press release conveyed by the democrat-liberal deputy, the draft bill “seeks to make parents and authorities involved in underaged rights more responsible,” Mediafax reports. Under the draft bill, the parents must designate the person who looks after the underaged while they are gone, with the “care agreement taking the form of a notarized document.” The draft bill comes in the wake of a case involving an 11-year-old girl who died in hospital Friday, having starved herself to death amid a nervous depression caused by her mother going to work in Spain.

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