"Sole article.-incorporated into the labour code, the revised, coordinated and streamlined text was set by the decree with force of law Nº 1, 1994, the Ministry of labour and Social Welfare, following article 199, following article 199 bis, new:" article 199 bis.-when the health of a person under 18 years requires the personal attention of parents on the occasion of a serious accident or a terminally in its final phase, or disease "" serious, acute and probable risk of death, the working mother is entitled to a permission to be absent from their work by the number of hours equal to ten ordinary working hours per year, distributed to election of her days full, partial, or combination of both, which shall be considered as worked for all legal purposes. Such circumstances of the accident or disease shall be accredited by a certificate awarded by the physician who has charge of the child care.
If both parents are working dependents, any of them the choice of the mother, can enjoy referred permission. However, such permission will be granted to the parent who has custody of the child by court decision or when the mother has died or was unable to make use of it for any reason. In the absence of both, who credited his custody or care.
Time not worked should be restored by the worker by imputation to its next annual holiday or working hours through or extraordinary in any way agreed freely between the parties. However, for workers governed by statutes that provide for the granting of administrative days, first the worker must make use of them, then you can assign time which must replace its next annual holiday, or administrative days of the following year to the use of the permit referred to in this article, or overtime.
In the event of not being possible to apply these mechanisms, you can deduct the time equivalent to the retrieved from the monthly remuneration of the worker permission, in the form of a day per month, which may split depending on the system of payment, in full if worker cesare in his work by any cause. ".".