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Adoption: rebellion against the establishment of a "state monopoly"


Examined Monday in the National Assembly, the Limon law is particularly criticized for the abolition of "consent to adoption".

It's the story of a law that wanted to


adoption and on which no one can agree. Open adoption to unmarried couples and facilitate the adoption of neglected children: these are the main objectives of this text examined by the National Assembly in second reading from Monday. From the start, criticism continued to rain down on the panoply of measures in this bill by Monique Limon (LREM), supported by the government. The one that arouses the most serious fears today is the abolition of the option for the parents of origin to consent to the adoption of their child if he is less than 2 years old. The measure, included in article 13 ter of the text, is nevertheless presented as an administrative simplification


“Consent to adoption is sometimes the only act of protection that these parents can do for their child, and its scope makes sense for the adoptee who would like to understand his story”

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Source: lefigaro

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