The purpose of this Bill is to respond to the needs of children and adolescents in Andorra, as a group of citizens who have their own interests, beyond those who are under age at risk or social danger
In this sense, the future legislative text dictates the different current regulations that concern these groups, and also adjusts the system and resources to the needs of children and adolescents.
The tribes in the town had welcomed the initiative that was in keeping with the King's order to stop festive firing, which is a social danger
and a headache due to the increasing fatalities resulting from this phenomenon", commented a member of the local committee that published the pledge.
His Majesty issued another decree amending the juvenile law holding guardians responsible for the social danger
facing minors taking part in demonstrations, marches, assemblies, or political sit-ins and whereby they will be notified.
The definition stipulated in the Criminal Code in force provides that an offence is the act which implies a social danger
, act committed with intent and provided under criminal law (4).
Local Baghdad official confessed that the orphan has been "forgotten" without care that will represent a social danger
for being utilized by the gangs and terrorist groups that will lead him to crime and deviation.
The real seriousness of the action or the actual social danger
it represents are considered and not the general social danger
that the legislator considered when incriminating that action and which is highlighted by the special punishment limits stipulated by the law for that incrimination.
The social danger
of sexting is, of course, that material can very easily and widely promulgate, over which the originator has no control.
Ellis's chief concern is to explore the cruelty of practical jokes and the social danger
they pose to both trickster and victim.
Like their pre-revolutionary predecessors, many Soviet psychiatrists and criminologists hailed the replacement of the concept of criminal responsibility with that of social danger
as a progressive development in the interests of both the criminal and wider society.
Journeying to Granada today in search of the spirit of Lorca not only reveals layers of Spanish politics and history uncomfortably close to the present day (the Law of Social Danger
, criminalizing homosexuality, was officially repealed only in 1995), but it also brings to vivid life the openness to the pleasures of life and to the beauties of the Spanish landscape that illuminates all of the poet's sensual lyrics.
Arrested and tried on April 13, Sanchez, 44, was sentenced to four years in prison as a "pre-criminal social danger
They were part of a peculiar social danger
, like the opium-dealing members of the Chinese tong gangs.