World Bulletin / News Desk
Deputy Head of the State Commission Officer for Public Sector Reform, Wang Feng has announced that there will be no changes in China's family planning policy. Wang stated, "The pressure facing residents and resources still persists in our country with such a huge population," one day after a key government restructuring plan's unveiling.
Speaking to reporters on Monday in Beijing, Wang noted, "China will keep its basic state policies on its family planning after the creation of a new commission through the merging of the health ministry with the National Population and Family Planning Commission. Following the restructuring, work in the field of family planning will be strengthened, as implementation of the policy continues to be a chief responsibility of Party and government heads."
According to it, without the family planning policy which was launched more than 30 years ago, the Chinese population could be 400 million higher than its current level.Last Mod: 12 Mart 2013, 12:40