Bases Legales Del Deporte En Venezuela Cite Y Explique

In the Con­sti­tu­ti­on, it was con­si­de­red necessa­ry to ensh­ri­ne sports, sports and recrea­ti­on as an indis­pensable duty of the Sta­te in order to crea­te public poli­ci­es to pro­vi­de free and com­pul­so­ry edu­ca­ti­on, due to the fact that it is necessa­ry to edu­ca­te the mas­ses by estab­li­shing schools in all muni­ci­pa­li­ties for the edu­ca­ti­on of all citi­zens. espe­cial­ly for child­ren and youth, to con­tri­bu­te to their deve­lo­p­ment and holistic edu­ca­ti­on, with edu­ca­tors and coa­ches well pre­pa­red for the pro­mo­ti­on of ath­le­tes in com­mu­nities and other sec­tors of the coun­try, and it is also important to empha­si­ze that the issue con­tri­bu­tes to the holistic health of citi­zens, espe­cial­ly child­ren. Girls and ado­lescents to impro­ve qua­li­ty of life and well-being. We refer first to the Con­sti­tu­ti­on of the Boli­va­ri­an Repu­blic of Vene­zue­la, which assigns arti­cles 83, 98, 102, 103 and 111 to dic­ta­te direc­ti­ves in this regard. Arti­cle 111 pre­scri­bes a clear gui­de­li­ne for the sports trai­ning of Vene­zuel­ans and sta­tes: “Ever­yo­ne has the right to sport and leisu­re as acti­vi­ties that bene­fit indi­vi­du­al and collec­ti­ve qua­li­ty. The sta­te will adopt sport and recrea­ti­on as a poli­cy of edu­ca­ti­on and public health. After rea­ding the­se arti­cles, one inter­prets that edu­ca­ti­on is a right based on demo­cra­cy and respect for free cur­r­ents of thought, which implants the foun­da­ti­ons of the per­so­na­li­ty of man in socie­ty, taking into account a set of values that pro­vi­de valu­able princi­ples for the deve­lo­p­ment of socie­ty to its maxi­mum expres­si­on; Edu­ca­ti­on and cul­tu­re are free, edu­ca­ti­on trans­la­tes into the pro­vi­si­on of pro­fes­si­ons and pro­fes­si­ons use­ful for young peop­le, from their first years of life with initi­al edu­ca­ti­on, as well as throughout the basic cycle, varied up to uni­ver­si­ty. The Government of the Boli­va­ri­an Repu­blic of Vene­zue­la has the respon­si­bi­li­ty to gua­ran­tee the edu­ca­ti­on of the popu­la­ti­on and that it be pro­vi­ded by all at all levels and to gua­ran­tee the edu­ca­ti­on of the popu­la­ti­on regard­less of its con­di­ti­on. Phy­si­cal edu­ca­ti­on will be estab­lis­hed as com­pul­so­ry from the initi­al trai­ning, it will also be expres­sed that it will be the com­pe­tence of the Sta­te to com­ply with the con­di­tio­ning of pla­ces that pro­mo­te the imple­men­ta­ti­on of sports and leisu­re acti­vi­ties for the bene­fit of the mas­ses or indi­vi­du­als, also indi­ca­tes that the necessa­ry resour­ces must be reser­ved from the Sta­te bud­get so that this type of effort can be made. also sug­ges­ti­on of pri­va­te com­pa­nies in the tax exemp­ti­on to can­cel in the event that they coope­ra­te in favor of the deve­lo­p­ment of phy­si­cal and leisu­re activities.

This pro­ject aims to see who will be the pre­si­dents of Vene­zue­la from the 20th to the ==References==TWENTIETH CEN­TU­RY (FROM 1901 TO 2000) g. Crea­ti­on of aid and savings funds and coope­ra­ti­ves, indus­tri­al or voca­tio­nal schools, popu­lar libra­ries and sports and leisu­re or tou­rism clubs (…). The fail­u­re to take into account the sta­tus and rela­ti­ons­hips of coa­ches, jud­ges and refe­rees in rela­ti­on to the insti­tu­tio­na­li­ty of sport, whe­ther pri­va­te or public, is a sho­cking and unac­cep­ta­ble act of reck­less discri­mi­na­ti­on. Cas­til­lo, C. (1995). Sports law. Preli­mi­na­ry. Cara­cas: Cole­gio de Ent­re­na­do­res Depor­tiv­os de Vene­zue­la. For the year 2000–2001, due to the well-deser­ved con­sti­tu­tio­nal sta­tus gran­ted to phy­si­cal edu­ca­ti­on and sport (Natio­nal Con­sti­tu­ti­on of 1999), the hither­to end­less dis­cus­sion of a new law that would bring tog­e­ther the needs of the socio-motor skills deman­ded by the pro­spe­rous Vene­zue­lan peop­le began timid­ly. If we bring the two bills to the level of com­pa­ra­ti­ve ana­ly­sis, we can con­clu­de that the draft law on phy­si­cal edu­ca­ti­on and sport at the glo­bal level is cha­rac­te­ri­zed not only by the fact that it is almost iden­ti­cal to the cur­rent law on sport — becau­se it con­tains almost all the same ele­ments, inclu­ding tho­se of the pri­va­te life of sport — but also by its con­ti­nuous streng­t­he­ning of open and pas­si­ve repre­sen­ta­ti­ve­ness in acti­ve par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on. In par­ti­cu­lar, this bill is cla­ri­fied by: alt­hough it seems that reco­very in the country‘s sports orga­niz­a­ti­on is impli­ci­tly estab­lis­hed and “repre­sen­ted” in the pro­gram of mass phy­si­cal acti­vi­ty, the appearan­ce of the same — with a deser­ved con­sti­tu­tio­nal rank — has been new sin­ce 1999; a fact that, so far, has made it dif­fi­cult to find a well-deser­ved orga­niz­a­tio­nal defi­ni­ti­on as expli­cit as that of sport; It estab­lis­hes the pre­pon­der­an­ce of phy­si­cal acti­vi­ty as an inva­lu­able aspect con­du­ci­ve to the bio-psy­cho-socio-cul­tu­ral and har­mo­nious deve­lo­p­ment of the ent­i­re Vene­zue­lan popu­la­ti­on, com­pa­red to high-per­for­mance sports.

The lat­ter, and until the cur­rent date legal instru­ment aimed at chan­ne­ling the direc­ti­ves and crea­ting the foun­da­ti­ons of sport, reports in its con­tent attrac­ti­ve and at the same time prac­ti­cal legal and admi­nis­tra­ti­ve scoo­ps, so that from now on the most rele­vant arti­cles are repro­du­ced ver­ba­tim: accord­ing to Arti­cle No. 107 par­ti­al­ly descri­bed abo­ve, the Gene­ral Regu­la­ti­ons of the Orga­nic Law on Edu­ca­ti­on (2003) are pro­mul­ga­ted, which, in Tit­le II of the struc­tu­re of the edu­ca­ti­on sys­tem, expli­ci­tly men­ti­on the com­pul­so­ry natu­re of phy­si­cal, sports and recrea­tio­nal edu­ca­ti­on in the cur­ri­cu­la of the pre-school, pri­ma­ry, inter­me­dia­te and varied levels of edu­ca­ti­on. pro­fes­sio­nal and spe­cial, and the cor­re­spon­ding eva­lua­ti­on pro­ces­ses. Codes — a set of laws, orga­ni­zed accord­ing to a metho­di­cal and sys­te­ma­tic plan that deals with issu­es that con­sti­tu­te a par­ti­cu­lar branch of social acti­vi­ty (civil, cri­mi­nal, com­mer­cial, rules of pro­ce­du­re, etc.). This term is con­si­de­red in this work becau­se as a sys­tem of rules and / or signs (which allows to ana­ly­ze, com­pa­re or deci­pher an action or a mes­sa­ge) it is often and wide­ly used in phy­si­cal acti­vi­ty and sports as punc­tua­ti­on codes, code of ethics, among others. In this sen­se, phy­si­cal edu­ca­ti­on deals with the deve­lo­p­ment and basic trai­ning of man, the body and his motor skills and has beco­me an edu­ca­tio­nal ele­ment con­si­de­red indis­pensable in the lives of all, so that for many years it has been com­pul­so­ry in all edu­ca­tio­nal insti­tu­ti­ons around the world. The­re­fo­re, it is important to make a theo­re­ti­cal visi­on of the legal or legal foun­da­ti­ons that govern the sports field in our coun­try. The form of orga­niz­a­ti­on of phy­si­cal, phy­si­cal and spor­ting acti­vi­ties, all over the world, was gene­ral­ly and his­to­ri­cal­ly the result of the expe­ri­ence acqui­red in small com­mu­nities or neigh­bor­hoods, which then through usu­al or ideo­po­li­ti­cal and socio-eco­no­mic man­da­tes — pre­vious­ly estab­lis­hed — from the point of view of cer­tain legal norms or pro­ce­du­res (laws, codes, sta­tu­tes, etc.) that meet the needs of the peo­p­les of a place, a muni­ci­pa­li­ty, regi­on, pro­vin­ce, sta­te or coun­try. In other words, des­pi­te its com­mend­a­ble and spon­ta­ne­ous begin­nings, like many other nota­ble are­as of uni­ver­sal know­ledge, leisu­re, phy­si­cal cul­tu­re, phy­si­cal edu­ca­ti­on and sports have evol­ved on the orga­niz­a­tio­nal basis gui­ded by cer­tain sys­tems of poli­ti­cal, eco­no­mic and socio-cul­tu­ral manage­ment. In the event that this work con­cerns, reco­very is the source and com­po­nent of phy­si­cal and phy­si­cal acti­vi­ties car­ri­ed out with the body and for the plea­su­re and health of the body and psy­che, a fact that signi­fi­cant­ly dis­tin­guis­hes it from high-com­pe­ti­ti­on sport by its intrinsic pur­po­se (essence); The­re­fo­re, until it is accep­ted by the Vene­zue­lan sta­te with the impor­t­ance that belongs to it, like all other phy­si­cal and phy­si­cal acti­vi­ties, it is impli­ci­tly shown only as pro­po­sed and main­ly as an important ele­ment of phy­si­cal and phy­si­cal activity.