New law will fill legal void on foreign adoptions and help fight child trafficking.
Friday, 23 October 2009 Meas Sokchea from The Phnom Penh Post
A new draft law, part of which was passed today, will mean tougher regulations for adoptive parents.
THE National Assembly has begun approving a draft law tightening restrictions on the adoption of Cambodian children by foreign parents, responding to fears the previous lack of a regulatory framework allowed for the exploitation and trafficking of children.
“This law is an important part of the Royal Government’s enforcement policy on intercountry adoption and a means of serving children’s interests by finding them good families,” states a declaration appended to the draft law, presented in an Assembly session on Thursday.
Around half of the law’s 58 articles were approved by the parliament with little debate.
My FIRST frittata!!
without parmesan on top, fresh out the oven. Red potato, mushroom, onion, garlic, red chili, red bell, eggs and rosemary. (salt, pepper, cayenne & thyme)
with parmesan on top. yum.