Visually Impaired Social Care Centre "jugla" Charter

Original Language Title: Redzes invalīdu sociālās aprūpes centra "Jugla" nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 645 in Riga on august 3, 2004 (Mon. No 46 61) visually impaired social care centre "jugla" Regulations Issued pursuant to the public administration Act, article 16 of the equipment the first part i. General question 1. Visually impaired social care centre "jugla" (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) is the welfare of the Ministry's direct regulatory authority.
II. functions of the Centre, and right in the center of 2 implements the national policy for long-term social care and social rehabilitation of minors with regard to the blind. 3. the Centre shall undertake the following tasks: provide for minor 3.1 blind housing and social care to satisfy their basic needs; 3.2. provide blind persons of minor social rehabilitation to restore or improve their social functioning; 3.3. in private transactions, which are required for the operation of the Centre;
3.4. implementation of other social services and social assistance law and other legal tasks.
4. The Centre shall have the right to: 4.1 to request and receive from State and local authorities for the functions and duties of the Centre required information and documents; 4.2. to provide paid services; 4.3. According to competence to cooperate with foreign and international organisations to participate in transnational cooperation programmes and projects.
III. structure of the Centre and the competence of officials 5. The Centre shall be administered by the Director of the Centre. The Centre's Director recruiting and dismissal of Welfare Minister. 6. the Director of the Centre shall carry out public administration facilities Act direct authorities managerial functions. 7. The Director of the Centre is the Deputy. 8. The Centre shall have a unit. Center unit is headed by a head of Department. Center unit types and their tasks laid down in the rules of procedure of the Centre.
IV. activities of the Centre for Justice and reports on the activities of the Centre 9. Center for Justice provides the Director of the Centre. The Director of the Centre is responsible for the internal control system and management decisions for the creation and operation of the system. 10. the Director of the Centre shall be entitled to cancel the Centre staff decisions and internal regulations. 11. the Centre's administrative provisions issued by an individual can be a challenge in the management of social services, if external laws and regulations unless otherwise specified. Decisions on the disputed regulations can be appealed in court. 12. The Centre of the actual action of an individual may be challenged, by the submission of the Director of the Centre. The Director of the Centre's actual action can be a challenge in the management of social services. The decision on the contested actual action may appeal to the Court. 13. the Centre at least once a year, submit a report of the Ministry of Welfare activities and budgetary funds, as well as the laws and regulations established shall prepare an annual public report. 14. The Welfare Minister has the right at any time to request a review of the Centre's activities.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Welfare Minister d. Staķ is the Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions with the 7 august 2004.