Framework law

SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY ENABLING LAW; MANY COUNTRIES MOVING FORWARD.

An enabling law is a law defining the general principles in a manner that allows the executive branch to establish the conditions of applying it by using its regulatory power.

In social economy, an enabling law can allow us to recognize the contribution of collective businesses, ensure its recognition in the lineup of government institutions and policies, and establish a permanent dialogue with governments in order to continue to implement new public policies.

Consult the sub-sections to learn more about enabling laws on all continents.

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