VIOLENCES FAITES AUX VIELLARDS EN RDC
1) En RDC, les personnes du 3e âge sont abandonnés par la société. ceux qui sont jeunes aujourd'hui sont les vieux de demain. Les parents ont les devoirs de nourrir, éduquer, vêtir et soigner leurs enfants. Ces derniers sont dans l'obligation d'aider leurs parents pendant leur vieillesse. c'est une réciprocité. il n' y a rien pour rien.
les personnes du 3e âge qui n'ont pas d'enfants doivent être à la charge de l’État parce qu'elles ont servi le pays pendant leur jeune âge . Ils ont droit à la retraite honoraire.
In the DRC the elderly are abandoned by society. Those who are young today are the old of tomorrow. A Parent’s duty is to nourish, educate, clothe and take care of their children. This last generation is obliged to help their parents during old age. This is reciprocity. There is nothing for nothing. The elderly who do not have children should be taken on by the state because they served their country while they were young. They have a right to an honorary/respectful retirement.
Thank you my friends
English translation by community member maggie_dziubek
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, elderly people are abandoned by society. The youth of today will be the elderly of tomorrow. Parents have a duty to nourish, educate, clothe and feed their children. Children are also obliged to help their parents in their old age. It is a reciprocal relationship. There will be nothing for nothing.
Elderly people who do not have children should be in the keeping of the State because they have served their country during their youth. They have a right to a honorable retirement.