Establishes The Legal Regime Of Association Young

Original Language Title: Estabelece o Regime Jurídico do Associativismo Jovem

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1 PROPOSAL of law No. 57/X explanatory memorandum this proposal of law aims to establish the legal framework of associations young. This is a matter that, for a long time, is regulated by a scattered set of diplomas. The experience, however, has shown that harvested the current law is inadequate in the face of new social and generational reality, reason enough in itself to this legislative initiative. On the other hand, the new demands of accuracy and transparency to be implement in the relationship between the State, particularly the Portuguese Institute of youth, and youth and student associations, are not compatible with the legal framework in force. So, comes the proposal of law to harmonize the regimes applicable to youth and students ' associations, setting a framework of action common to both and establishing the concept of youth associations. On the other hand, the respect for diversity that exists between these associations, is stroked, in different chapters, the regulatory framework under which each is governed. This Bill also hosts a significant number of contributions that resulted from public discussion that was submitted with, among others, the extension of the Statute of the associative young leader to all members of the governing bodies of associations of young people. Similarly, simplified the process of recognition of youth associations and students, as well as have been extended to support these associations of young people, and expressly the possibility of financial support for equipment and infrastructure and support in the fields of training and logistics. Also has the obligatory registration of student associations and informal groups of young people, as well as other similar entities, on the national register of Youth Associations. Without prejudice to the General overhaul of the tax system, behold here a set of tax breaks for youth associations, as well as 2 clarify the access to system of patronage. Dota-if the Portuguese Youth Institute of the instruments necessary for the supervision of the proper implementation of the benefits and support to youth associations establishing also, sanctions for non-compliance with the obligations arising from this Bill. Refer for further government regulation, among others, programs to support youth associations and the regime applicable to the national register of Youth Associations. Finally, this Bill meets the established by the policy pursued by the XVII constitutional Government in this area, which is shed in your Government program, which mentions the adoption of "a set of guidelines, to develop and implement openly and held" in order to "stimulate and encourage youth and student associativismos considering that these assume a key role in promoting non-formal education of young people ". Were heard the youth associations, associations of students and the Youth Advisory Council. Must be heard the Government organs of the autonomous regions.

So: under d) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution, the Government presents to the Assembly of the Republic the following Bill: chapter I General provisions and principles Article 1 subject-matter this law establishes the legal regime of the youth associations, as well as the programmes of support for the development of your business.

Article 2 Youth Associations and informal groups of young people 3 1-youth associations, for the purposes of this Act, the youth associations and the student unions, recognised in accordance with this law, as well as their respective federations. 2-Are informal groups of young people, for the purposes of this law, the groups that are formed exclusively by young people aged less than 30 years, in number no less than five elements.

Article 3 1-youth associations Are youth associations: a) associations with more than 75% of members aged less than 30 years, in which the executive body consists of 75% of young people aged less than 30 years; b) socio-professional associations with more than 75% of members aged less than 35 years, in which the executive body consists of 75% of young people aged less than 35 years; c) other associations, when its Statute and activity resulting in your youth and character expressly when more than 75% of members aged less than 30 years, which are proven to be involved in the definition, planning, implementation and evaluation of the activities of the Association. 2-youth associations shall be deemed to include the party or trade union youth organisations, provided that they meet the requirements mentioned in (a)) of the preceding paragraph, and safeguards the legal provisions governing the political parties and the unions. 3-the youth associations may include non-profit entities of recognised merit and social importance, developing activities for young people, by order of the Government's annual member responsible for youth.

Article 4 4 1-student associations student associations Are those that represent the students of the respective establishment of primary, secondary or higher education. 2-Are educational institutions, for the purposes of the preceding paragraph, as such entities defined in the law of the education system, in the law of Private and cooperative education Bases, in the law of autonomy of the Universities and in the law of the Statute and Autonomy of higher education Polytechnic, regardless of your institutional organization.

Article 5 1 associations-federations youth associations and the student unions are free to group or join in nationwide sectoral federations, local, regional, national or international with identical or similar to their purposes. 2-the rules for youth associations and students ' associations provided for in this law shall apply to their federations, with the necessary adaptations. 3-for the purposes of the rights and benefits of aid provided for in this law, are only recognized by the Portuguese Youth Institute (IPJ) federations of associations composed of at least five associations.

Article 6 Principles of organisation and operation of youth associations shall enjoy autonomy in the drafting of statutes and other internal rules, in the election of their governing bodies, in the management and administration of their heritage and in the preparation of business plans, in respect for the law and for the principles of freedom, democracy and representativeness.

Article 7 support to associations associations support young young conforms to the principles of transparency, objectivity and respect for the autonomy and independence of the associations and their leaders, under 5 defined in this law.

CHAPTER II article 8 establishment of youth associations youth associations 1-youth associations are under the general terms of law, without prejudice to the provisions of this law. 2-youth associations can be established in the national territory or abroad, and, in this case, its members being mostly citizens of Portuguese nationality.

Article 9 recognition of youth associations 1-for the purposes of the rights and interests of the aid provided for in this law, the youth associations are recognized by the Portuguese Youth Institute (IPJ). 2-can only be recognized youth associations consisting of at least 20 individuals and with observance of the provisions of paragraph 1 of article 3 3-for the purposes of recognition, the youth associations with legal personality to the IPJ copies of the Charter and its Statute. 4-for the purposes of recognition, the youth associations without legal personality to the IPJ, for deposit or registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, copies of the statutes, of the minutes of the general meeting in which they were approved, as well as the validation certificate of title. 5-the recognition referred to in the preceding paragraph shall take effect only after the publication, free of charge, by IPJ, of the statutes of the Association in Internet Web site for public access, regulated by order of the Member of Government responsible for youth, in which the information published can be accessed. 6-the IPJ provides the necessary support to the establishment of youth associations in accordance with this law.

6 CHAPTER III article 10 Constitution student associations student associations


1-The student associations are under the general terms of law, without prejudice to the provisions laid down in the following paragraphs. 2-The student associations are after prior approval of a draft statute on the general meeting, expressly convened for that purpose by a minimum of 10% of the students represent, at least 15 days, by notice posted in all buildings where usually arising from school activities. 3-the statutes of each association may prescribe forms of representation of students of the respective establishment which have not expressed your membership through voluntary registration in the same Act. 4-the statutes are approved by an absolute majority of the votes of the students present.

Article 11 recognition of student associations 1-for the purposes of the rights and benefits provided for in this law, the student associations are recognized by the Member of Government responsible for the area of education or higher education, depending on the degree of the education establishment. 2-for the purposes of recognition, student associations with legal personality shall send to the Member of Government responsible for the recognition copies of Charter and its Statute. 3-for the purposes of recognition, student associations without legal personality to the Member of Government responsible for the recognition, by deposit or registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, copies of the statutes, of the minutes of the general meeting in which they were approved, as well as the validation certificate of title. 4-the recognition referred to in the preceding paragraph shall take effect only after 7 publication, free of charge, by the Member of Government responsible for the recognition of the statutes of the Association in Internet Web site for public access, regulated by order of the Member of Government responsible for youth, in which the information published can be accessed. 5-can only be recognized an Association of students for educational establishment, for the purpose of access to rights and benefits provided for in this law and representation before the State, whichever is the one that has the largest number of members.

CHAPTER IV rights and obligations of associations of young people section I General article 12 1 Support Rights-young and similar associations and informal groups of young people are entitled to State support for the development of their activities, and to such fulfill the duties provided for in this law and other applicable regulations. 2-support provided for in the preceding paragraph is the following: the Financial;) (b)); c) Formation; d) logistical. 3-party youth organisations or unions can benefit only logistical support in accordance with article 41 article 13 right to antenna 1-youth associations is guaranteed the right to airtime on public service television and radio 8, in accordance with the law. 2-the right to airtime can be exercised by federal organizations.

Article 14 exemptions and tax benefits 1-youth associations benefit: a) the prerogatives conferred by article 10 of Decree-Law No. 460/77 of 7 November; (b) exemption regarding emoluments) in applications for certificates of no debt to tax authorities and social security; (c)) of the stamp duty exemption provided for in article 6 of the stamp duty code, approved by law No. 150/99, of 11 September. 2-young associations without legal personality shall enjoy the benefits referred to in the preceding paragraph upon entry in the register of National Associations (RNAJ) for at least five years. 3-The donations in cash or in kind granted to associations, with a view to the total or partial financing of their activities or projects, shall apply the provisions of the Statute of the Patronage, approved by Decree-Law No. 74/99, of 16 March.

Article 15 right of representation of youth associations associations have the right to be represented in the advisory bodies of national, regional or local level with responsibilities in the area of definition and planning of the youth policy, as well as in the bodies legally provided for co-management in the implementation of youth policy.

SECTION II rights of student associations 9 subsection I General provisions article 16 1 Facilities-student associations have the right to have own facilities in schools to which they are assigned, provided free of charge by Protocol to celebrate with the governing bodies of the respective school entities, in order to better pursue and develop your activity. 2-it is solely to associations of students management of facilities provided, getting forced to vouch for your good conservation.

Subsection II student associations of school education article 17 participation in school life 1-associations of basic and secondary school students participate in school life, in particular in relation to the following areas: the) issue of positions in relation to educational policy guidelines; b) information about the published legislation, related to the respective level of education; (c) Monitoring of the activity of the organs) of management and school of social action; d) intervention in the Organization of activities to complement school curriculum and of sport. 2-The student associations of school education collaborate in the management of recreation and sports venues, as well as in other areas, earmarked for student activities. 3-The governing bodies of schools accompany and support the involvement of associations of students of basic education and secondary school liaison activities.

Subsection III 10 associations of students of higher education article 18 participation in defining educational policy associations of students in higher education are entitled to participate in advisory bodies, at national or regional level, with assignments in the area of definition and planning of the education system.

Article 19 participation in drafting legislation on higher education 1-associations of students in higher education are entitled to issue opinions during the process of drafting legislation on education, in particular in relation to the following areas: the Definition, planning and financing) of the educational system; b) management of schools; (c)) access to higher education; d) school social action; e) study plan, restructuring of courses, degrees and training qualifications. 2-for the purposes of the preceding paragraph, the draft legislative acts, after advertised, are sent to associations of students, so that they respond within a period of not less than 15 days.

Article 20 participation in academic life 1-associations of students in higher education are entitled to be consulted by the management bodies of the schools in relation to the following matters: a) business plan and budget; b) pedagogical orientation and teaching methods; c) plans of study and knowledge assessment scheme. 2-the consultations referred to in paragraph 1 must allow the student associations of higher education may pronounce in term of not less than eight days, 11 from the date on which they are made available to query. 3-associations of students in higher education are entitled to collaborate in the management of living rooms, dining areas, bars, theatres, Conference or exhibition halls, playing fields and other facilities that exist in school buildings or engaged in school activities, which are intended for the use of students of more than one educational institution, the use of various bodies set circum-school , the indiscriminate use and multipurpose of students and other elements of the school, or to the use of the general public. 4-the associations of students in higher education are entitled to participate in the drafting of the fundamental bases of social welfare policy, and may collaborate in the implementation of the respective programmes. 5-the associations of students can also participate in the management of social welfare organizations of higher education school. 6-the right conferred in paragraph 1 shall exercise in management of school social action central offices of higher education at the level of each educational establishment, as well as the departments responsible for canteens, residencies and fellowships.

Section IV Obligations article 21 Obligations of associations 1-duties of associations of young people: a) maintain an accounting organization; b) accounts and reports of activities, in accordance with the procedure provided for in this Act and its regulatory instruments; c) Advertise and identify the financial support granted by the IPJ. 2-the existence of debts to the tax authorities and social security implies the cancellation of any application programs of support of the IPJ, as well as the automatic suspension of the rights arising from the registration of the Association on the national register of Youth Associations (RNAJ). 3-the associations eligible for biennial support mode or


12 business plans worth more than € 100,000 should, likewise, have organised accounting in accordance with the law.

Chapter V status of associative youth leader article 22 associative Leader young 1-for the purposes of this law, shall enjoy the status of associative young leader members of the corporate bodies of associations of young people, based on the national territory and entered in the RNAJ, and the direction of the Association communicate what the leaders who enjoy their status. 2-The regional governing bodies of associations consider themselves governing bodies for the purposes of this chapter. 3-Enjoy the status of associative youth leader, at least: the 5 leaders in youth associations) with 250 or less associated with young people; b) 7 leaders in youth associations with 251 to 1000 associated with young people; c) 11 leaders in youth associations with 1001 to 5000 associated with young people; d) 15 leaders in youth associations with 5001 to 10,000 young associates; and 20 leaders in youth associations) with more than 10,000 young associates. 4-youth associations that have more than 20,000 young associates, the number of officers referred to in point (e)) of the preceding paragraph in addition a leader for every 10,000 young associates. 5-For the student associations are the minimum limits laid down in paragraph 3, taking into account the criteria corresponding to the number of students per school. 6-the limits defined in the preceding paragraph may be extended by decision of the competent organs of the respective schools. 7-The Federation of youth associations shall enjoy the status of associative youth leader at least 10 leaders. 8-Every young association must indicate the IPJ, by sending the copy of the minutes of the swearing in of the membership Manager, within 20 working days of the date 13 of the same, the number of members of the governing bodies to be covered by the Statute. 9-the suspension, cessation or loss of mandate of the directors referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be communicated by its association to IPJ, within 15 working days from the date of your knowledge or gross weight.

Article 23 rights of associative leader young 1-associative leader young enjoys the following rights: a) Justification of faults, when motivated by attendance at meetings of the bodies to which they belong, in the case of these coincide with school hours; b) Justification of fouls to class motivated by appearance in manifest acts associative interest. 2-in the context of school education, the reasons for faults in accordance with the preceding paragraph may not exceed one third of the maximum limit of absences set forth by law. 3-the reasons for absences depends on the presentation to the competent body of the educational establishment of proof of attendance in the activities referred to in paragraph 1.

Article 24 higher education student Leader 1-associative student leader of higher education enjoy, yet, of the following rights: a) Require up to five exams in each school year beyond the normal times and special examinations already enshrined in legislation in force, with a maximum limit of two for discipline; b) Postpone the submission of papers and written reports, in accordance with the internal rules in force in the respective educational establishment; c) Perform, on a date to combine with the teacher, or in accordance with the internal rules in force, the written tests that could not attend due to associative activities 14. 2-the rights referred to in the preceding paragraph may be extended by decision of the competent organs of the respective schools. 3-for the purposes of subparagraph (c)) of paragraph 1, the student who is associative leader undertakes, within 48 hours from the moment that I'm aware of associative activity, deliver proof of same. 4-the exercise of the rights referred to in paragraph 1 depends on the presentation services of their prior educational establishment, certificate of minutes of inauguration of the governing bodies, within 30 working days upon receipt of the same. 5-presentation of the document referred to in paragraph 1 within the time limit set has as a consequence the non-application of this Statute. 6-the rights conferred paragraph 1 can be exercised within one year after the expiry of the term as leaders, provided that this period does not exceed the time that was actually exercised the mandate.

Article 25 Leader 1 employee-The employees covered by these regulations, shall enjoy the right to obtain leave of absence for the exclusive exercise of their associative activities, regardless of your situation. 2-In each term of the license provided for in paragraph 1 may only be requested twice and enjoyed by more than a month in a row at a time. 3-the license provided for in paragraph 1 shall entail the loss of the right to retribution, not damaging, for proper purposes, the timing as effective service. 4-the time referred to in the preceding paragraph for the purpose of retirement account and allocation of the survivor's pension, provided that the corresponding maintenance discounts based on remuneration received at the date of your grant by the person concerned. 5-the unpaid leave can only be obtained by written request of the beneficiary Association to the employer.

Article 26 15 1 civil servant-Leader public servants under 35 years covered by these bylaws shall enjoy the right to obtain leave of absence or to operate associative under request. 2-the license provided for in paragraph 1 shall entail the loss of the right to return, but counts as actual time for all other purposes, without prejudice to the provisions of Decree-Law No. 100/99, of 31 March. 3-the unpaid leave or request is obtained through written request of the beneficiary Association to the maximum leader of the service to which the employee belongs. 4-the unpaid leave requested under the preceding paragraph must be required under applicable law. 5-the request requires permission from the maximum leader of the service to which the employee belongs. 6-the exercise of the rights referred to in paragraph 1 depends on the prior presentation at the competent service of certificate of minutes of inauguration of the governing bodies, within 30 working days after the same. 7-presentation by the document referred to in paragraph 1 within the time limit set has as a consequence the non-application of this Statute.

Article 27 Extension of the rules to student representatives in the management of the respective educational establishment the arrangements provided for in articles 25 to 28 shall also apply, mutatis mutandis, to the student representatives in the management of their educational establishment.

Article 28 termination of status associative leaders cease or suspend, for any reason, your activity exercise lose the rights provided for in these regulations, without prejudice to the 16 paragraph 6 of article 26 article 29 Responsibility for providing false statements to provide false statements by the associative young leader is subject to disciplinary liability , civil and criminal matters in accordance with the law.

Article 30 Civic Service associative leaders covered by these regulations that are required for the performance of community service can choose your exercise in association to which they belong.

Article 31 new rights The rights provided for in this Act are compatible with any other of the same kind which are granted by another legal regime.

CHAPTER VI national register of Youth Associations article 32 national register of Youth Associations 1-IPJ organizes the national register of Youth Associations (RNAJ), in accordance with the set by Ordinance to be approved by the Member of Government responsible for youth. 2-Must enroll in RNAJ and similar associations of young people, their associations and informal groups of young people who wish to apply to the programs of support of the IPJ. 3-the inscription on the RNAJ is a condition of eligibility to support programs provided for in this Act 17. 4-access by youth associations without legal personality for the benefits provided for in article 14 depends on your entry in the RNAJ for at least five years, and the IPJ mail to the tax authority until 31 January each year, the list of associations that have met those requirements last year. 5-the IPJ offers permanently in electronic register the list of associations entered in the RNAJ. 6-federations of associations must refer to IPJ the list of associations which constitute the Act of registration in the RNAJ and, annually, at the time of registration in the RNAJ update.

Article 33 RNAJ organization


The RNAJ consists of the following files, which obey to the Division of the types of associations young set in this law: a) 1 File-concerning youth associations; b) 2-File concerning student associations; c) 3 – File on informal groups of young people; d) Arquivo4 – concerning entities regarded as youth associations as provided for in paragraph 3 of article 3 article 34 entry in the RNAJ 1-the statement of the procedure for entry in the RNAJ is regulated under the Ordinance referred to in paragraph 1 of article 32 2-IPJ shall ex officio the registration of youth associations.

Article 35 registration update 1-all entities listed in RNAJ should update your record, in accordance with the set in the Ordinance referred to in paragraph 1 of article 32 18 2-associations entered in the RNAJ are also required to send to the IPJ all changes to the information provided during the registration procedure statement, within 30 days of the date on which such changes have occurred. 3-the IPJ promotes registry modification, ex officio or at the request of the parties concerned.

Article 36 1 registration Suspension-registration is suspended, by reasoned decision of the President of the Executive Board of the IPJ, whenever the entity entered, once properly notified, not send: a) the documentation concerning the updating of the register; (b)) other criteria that may be requested in accordance with this law. 2-the suspension ceases when the entity fulfilling the obligations referred to in the preceding paragraph. 3-The associations may apply for the suspension of your registration when the temporary impossibility of qualifying requirements.

Article 37 deregistration the RNAJ registration is cancelled in the following situations: a) For suspension from the register for a period exceeding three years; b) at the request of the registered entity; c) in the case of dissolution of the entity.

CHAPTER VII programmes to support the voluntary sector young article 38 1 financial support-financial support to be granted by the IPJ is framed in the following programs, regulating by order of the Member of Government responsible for the 19 Youth: the Youth support programme) (PAJ), aimed at supporting the development of activities of youth associations and informal groups of young people; b) Infrastructural support programme (FATHER), aiming at the support for investment in infrastructure and equipment for the activities and facilities of youth associations; c) Student support programme (PAE), seeking financial support for the development of the activities of the student associations. 2-the Youth support programme (PAJ) includes three specific modalities of financial support: the) financial support for youth associations Biennale; b) annual financial support to youth associations; c) financial support, intended for youth associations and informal groups of young people. 3-support to be granted to youth associations based outside national territory is the timely financial support mode. 4-the Infrastructural support programme (FATHER) includes two measures that may be granted in the biennial or annual financial assistance: 1: financial support Measure) the infrastructure, aimed at applications from youth associations, including support for the construction, repair and purchase of spaces for activities and installation of seats; b) measure 2: financial support for equipment, including support for acquisition of equipment for the headquarters and for the activities of associations of young people. 5-Student support programme (PAE) includes two steps: 1 Measure): financial support to prejudge, for student associations of elementary, secondary and higher education. b) measure 2: financial support, annual in nature, aimed at students in higher education associations, with the exception of the federations. 6-in the annual, one-off financial assistance to associations are eligible expenditure structure until 25% of the total expenditure of the activity supported. 7-for the purposes of the preceding paragraph, the structure expenses include operating expenses and expenses with human resources.

20 8-without prejudice to the forms of support from the Government or any other entities, associations of secondary school students are entitled to receive an annual allowance to be borne by the budget of own revenue from the public school to which the student belongs, or by IPJ in the case of private schools, the set by order of the members of the Government responsible for the areas of education and youth.

Article 39 technical support technical support is provided by IPJ, inter alia, in the areas of legal, taxation and accounting, engineering and architecture, information and communication technologies.

Article 40 training Support 1-training support is provided through program consisting of annual and/or multiannual measures, to regulate by Ordinance of the Member of Government responsible for youth, aiming to empower and develop skills for the performance of the functions of leaders of youth associations. 2-in the programme referred to in the preceding paragraph, the definition of the areas of intervention must be preceded by consultation of youth associations. 3-the management of the programme is the responsibility of the IPJ, which can establish partnerships with public or private entities for your implementation.

Article 41 logistical support logistical support is provided by the IPJ upon request and in so far as is strictly necessary, and is included in the approved programmes, within the framework of this law.

Article 42 21 Applications 1-support programmes in the assessment of applications to support programs must be met, in particular, the following criteria: a) self-financing capacity; b) number of young people to include in the activities; c) balance between young people of both sexes and promoting converging purposes with the promotion of gender equality; d) fulfillment of the activities included in the business plan submitted to the IPJ in previous application; e) regularity of activities throughout the year; f) impact of the project in the Middle, through the analysis of the expected changes and your importance; g) impact of the project in the Association through the analysis of the expected changes and your importance; h) ratio of human resources and operating expenses with the total cost of the project; I) ability to establish partnerships. 2-the IPJ can, at any time, request the beneficiary associations of financial aid provided for in this Act the supporting documents and the supporting activities and initiatives supported. 3-the IPJ proceeds annually to the publication in Official Gazette the list of financial support granted in accordance with the law No. 26/94, of 19 August.

Article 43 of the Extension programs in support of other entities 1-non-profit entities of recognised merit and social importance, engaged in activities specifically aimed at young people, equated the youth associations by order of the Member of Government responsible for youth, in accordance with paragraph 3 of article 3, can apply for financial support on time for activities in the framework of the Youth Programme (PAJ). 2-eligible submissions that reveal an obvious social and strategic importance of the activities in question, within the framework of the priority areas defined, by order of the 22 Member of the Government responsible for youth.

CHAPTER VIII article 44 1 Surveillance Surveillance-All young and similar associations and informal groups of young people who enjoy the rights and benefits provided for in this law shall be subject to supervision of the IPJ and other competent entities, for verification of the assumptions of the respective benefits and obligations that entails. 2-youth and student associations and informal groups of young people should give the IPJ, within for this set, all of the documents requested for discharge of the obligations laid down in this law.

Article 45 Penalties 1-non-compliance with the obligations arising from this law determines the suspension or cancellation of registration of associations and youth and the informal groups of young people in RNAJ, as well as application of the respective sanctions provided for in this law. 2-the irregularity in the application or justification of the financial aid provided for in this law implies: a) the cancellation of support and the total return of funds improperly received; b) inability to compete for financial support of the IPJ for a period of one to three years; c) the civil and criminal liability of the associative leaders in general terms.

CHAPTER IX transitional and final provisions Article 23 46 Federations of associations already incorporated the provisions of paragraph 3 of article 5 shall not apply to federations of associations entered in the RNAJ at the date of entry into force of this law.

Article 47 workers-students-student workers can organize themselves to defend and further their specific interests, applying in such cases and mutatis mutandis, the provisions of this law.

Article 48 autonomous regions


The provisions of this law relating to recognition of associations of young people, as well as about the status of associative youth leader, passes, with the necessary adaptations, to be the responsibility of the respective regional bodies.

Article 49 Transcript of records 1-youth associations already entered in registration promoted by IPJ, before the entry into force of this law, shall be carried over automatically to the RNAJ, once completed the mandatory requirements and provided for in this law. 2-Fit the IPJ, within 180 days, notify the associations, for the purposes of the preceding paragraph.

Article 50 24 Publication publication of the Act of Constitution of youth associations with legal personality, its statutes and amendments is free, following the general regime applicable advertising.

Article 51 this Law Rules must be regulated within 180 days.

Article 52 shall be repealed: the set Standard) Law No. 33/87 of 11 July; b) Law No. 6/2002, of 23 January c) Decree-Law No. 91-A/88 of 16 March; d) Decree-Law No. 152/91, of 23 April.

Article 53 entry into force 1-Without prejudice to the provisions of the following paragraph, this Act shall enter into force on the day following your publication. 2-the provisions of chapters VI and VII shall enter into force with the publication of the respective regulatory standards.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 2 February 2006 Prime Minister the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Presidency