Thursday, April 2, 2015

Women 'stil dying' after China's 1-child policy 'eased'

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Congressman Chris Smith, Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, and Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn spoke out against coercive family planning in China at The Heritage Foundation in October 2014
Women 'still dying' after China's 1-child policy 'eased'

By Bob Unrub

Republished with permission from World Net Daily

A women’s-rights activist battling China over its one-child policy says no one should be fooled by the communist government’s insistence that the practice has been “eased,” because the infamous forced abortions continue.
“The core of the problem is not whether the government is allowing one child or two children,” Reggie Littlejohn, president of Womens Rights Without Frontiers, told WND on Wednesday.
“The government is still telling how many children people can have and is enforcing that limit with coerced abortions,” she said. “And it’s not clear to me that there are fewer abortions. Women and babies still are dying.”
Littlejohn pointed out China still requires a birth permit for the first child and for the second child.
“Without a permit, there still are forced abortions, unless you’re rich enough to buy your way out,” she said. Read More...


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