The family planning policy , which is based on the two-child policy and the one-child policy , is a population planning policy of China . It was Introduced from the 1950s „recommendation“, and Evolved to the one-child policy entre Introduced in 1978 and 1980 and Began to be Formally phased out in 2015. The policy allowed Many exceptions and ethnic minoritieswere exempt. In 2007, 36% of China’s population was restricted to one-child restriction, with an additional 53% being allowed to have a second child. And the local and national governments set up commissions to raise awareness and carry out registration and inspection work.

According to the Chinese government, 400 million births were prevented, this claim has been called „bogus“, „three-quarters of the decline in fertility“. fertility since 1980 can be attributed to economic development “ [1] Thailand, Iran, Indian states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu have had similar issues of fertility without one child policy. Although 76% of Chinese supported the policy in 2008, [2] it is controversial outside of China.

On 29 October 2015, it was reported that the existing law would be changed to a two-child policy , citing a statement from the Communist Party of China . The new law became effective January 1, 2016, following its passage in the standing committee of the National People’s Congress on December 27, 2015.

See also

  • One-child policy
  • Two-child policy

References

  1. Jump up^ „Challenging Myths about China’s One-Child Policy“ (PDF) . scholar.harvard.edu . Retrieved 2016-06-06 .
  2. Jump up^ „The Chinese Celebrate Their Roaring Economy, As They Struggle With Its Costs“ . Retrieved 9 December 2015 .