Procesos de Adopción serán más ágiles y eficientes gracias a las reformas aprobadas por la Bancada Cyan

El día de ayer, los diputados de la Nueva Asamblea Legislativa aprobaron, con 67 votos a favor, las reformas a la Ley Especial de Adopciones, para que, ahora, las niñas, niños y adolescentes cuenten con un marco jurídico que garantice su protección en los procesos de adopción; mejorando los procesos administrativos y judiciales para garantizar sus derechos e interés superior.

«Hoy, mi corazón se llena de alegría. Quiero destacar el gran trabajo que se ha hecho en la Comisión Familia. Estamos entregando el resultado de meses de estudio, donde hemos conocido diferentes puntos de vista», afirmó la diputada Lorena Fuentes. «Consultamos con diferentes organizaciones y nos ayudaron a ordenar los procesos y entregar el producto final de una ley que sí será eficiente», agregó.

Asimismo, la diputada Suni Cedillos aseguró que las reformas buscan que las diligencias sean más ágiles, eliminando la diversidad de criterios. «Los niños, niñas y adolescentes tienen derecho a ser adoptados y las familias tienen el derecho de adoptar. El Estado debe garantizar que sus derechos se cumplan, tal como lo establece la Constitución», agregó.

Por su parte, Suecy Callejas señaló que la Ley Especial de Adopciones vigente tiene problemas de interpretación que han vuelto engorroso un proceso que la normativa pretendía agilizar. A ello se le suma, según la legisladora, las incongruencias insubsanables en el texto de la ley, que hacían imposible su aplicación de una forma eficaz y eficiente, volviendo el trámite de la adopción más burocrático y complejo.

«Las modificaciones a esta normativa dan eficiencia al proceso, pero el fin es poner el derecho superior del niño. Además, a las familias que quedaron en este proceso, también tendrán un plazo de tiempo para que integren sus procesos a la nueva normativa».

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