Thursday, 5 November 2015


According to a statement released by the communist party in China, China has decided to put an end to the one-child-per-couple policy and now allows a couple to bear two children.
The controversial policy was introduced nationally in 1979, to slow the population growth rate. The policy is estimated to have prevented about 400 million births.
The abolishment of the policy was brought about by the increasing complaints of the majority of China’s population to be aged. Couples who violated the one-child policy faced variety of punishments, from fines to the loss of employment to forced abortions.

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