China To Stick With One-child Policy

From AFP:

China will keep its controversial unchanged for at least 10 years, the country’s chief was quoted as saying Monday, amid a government debate over easing the controls.

Any changes to strict family planning laws would only come after an expected peak in the number of births in the next decade, Zhang Weiqing, minister of the State Population and Family Planning Commission told the state-run China Daily.

“The current family planning policy, formed as a result of gradual changes in the past two decades, has proved compatible with national conditions,” the English language daily quoted him as saying.

Read also Official: China won’t waver in family planning policy by Xinhua.

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