Paraguay submits to Congress law with penal definitions in line with the pandemic

The head of the Civil Cabinet of Paraguay, Hernán Huttemann recalled that Paraguay, at the beginning of the pandemic, avoided the use of definitions used in other countries, such as the State of Exception, and opted to stick "to the ordinary channels" and the "sanitary code".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The head of the Civil Cabinet of Paraguay, Hernán Huttemann, announced on Tuesday that the President, Mario Abdo Benítez, has submitted to Congress a health emergency bill to improve the existing measures and establish new penalties in accordance with the current situation.

Huttemann recalled that Paraguay, at the beginning of the pandemic, avoided the use of definitions used in other countries, such as the State of Exception, and opted to stick "to the ordinary channels" and the "sanitary code".

 

One year later, the Executive has seen the need for "this regulatory instrument to . . .

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