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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Chinese Mother Dies after Husband Demands a Son, Forces Her to Have Four Abortions

The woman's family member (middle) explained how
she had died to onlookers outside her ex-husband's home in eastern China.
The woman had been forced to go through four abortions



“The real culprit here is the two-child policy,” says PRI President Steven Mosher


by Jonathan Abbamonte
Population Research Institute


A woman from Anhui province in eastern China has died after her husband forced her to undergo four sex-selective abortions in a single year, according to reports from the Daily Mail, the South China Morning Post, and Huanqiu.com.

The woman, who goes by the name Yueyue, after giving birth to a daughter four years ago, was compelled to undergo abortion each time ultrasounds revealed she was carrying another girl. Yueyue’s husband was adamant that their next child be a boy.

Due to China’s oppressive two-child policy, couples are not allowed to have more than two children.

Couples who violate the government mandated two-child limit are often punished with crushing fines equal to several times their annual disposable household income.

“The real culprit here is the two-child policy,” says Steven Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute and veteran human rights advocate who has long worked to expose human abuses under China’s planned birth policies. “Were it not for the two-child policy that is being ruthlessly enforced by Beijing’s population controllers, this mother would still be alive.”

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