Maia Citizenship

Posted by Carlota on March 13, 2017
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The Antimanicomial Movement fights to review the criteria of distinction of the citizens and to obtain to characterize the mental sick person between them, legally. Until the year of 2001, the structure of the referring law to the mental sick person was part of the Brazilian civil code of 1919. ' ' Some articles of the law determine for the mental sick person a citizenship tutored person attended, as it affirms Maia and Fernandes (2002). ' ' Tutored person is about a citizenship because she denies the ability and the autonomy of the mental sick people in the determination of the conditions of its proper lives. ' ' louco' ' he is hindered to usufruct of prerogatives of the civil life (individual, right freedom to the word, right to go and to come, to sign checks, to buy, to vender, to be married, to break up etc.), of the life politics (to vote and to be voted) and of the social life (subject to the reclusion in institutions special) ' '. (MAYAN & FERNANDES, 2002). Dallari (1987) apud Maia and Fernandes (2002), standes out two particularly problematic questions in such law.

The first one says respect to the insane person meaning, a time that has great controversy between doctors and specialists on the definition of insanity and its forms of manifestation. The second question mentions the atrelamento to it of madness, implicit in the law, to the way for which a person manages its money. Prodigal, in this in case that, they are the people who they spend very, without financial control, what also engloba one parcels out significant of the said citizens ' ' normais' '. The Antimanicomial Movement, has as objective the conquest of a full, emancipated citizenship. One is about a citizenship that if reaches in such a way with ability to tematizar the impropriety of the forms of exclusion of the insane person, how much to decide on questions that affect its life.