Law passed in Caxias changes symbol representing older people

Law passed in Caxias changes symbol representing older people

Preferred vacancies or sectors must be identified with the inscription 60+

Signs must be changed Credit: Disclosure / CPPeople's MailThe law that alters the image that identifies people over 60 in plaques is already in force in Caxias do Sul. The bill to change plaques in commercial establishments and services that have public service was approved in July in the City Council. and was sanctioned by Mayor Daniel Guerra.With the new rule, the image of a person bent over with a cane to indicate priority care for the elderly remains in the past.Preferred vacancies or sectors of service should now be identified with the design of a person with the inscription 60+.However, for the president of the Association of Retired and Pensioners of Caxias do Sul, Vilson Cescon, the law is innocuous.In his understanding, more important than changing the image or symbol is to promote campaigns and actions of appreciation and respect for the elderly.Supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, restaurants, shops and health shifts, among other establishments, will ha...


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