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As a UN charter member and one of the five permanent members of its Security Council, China has been closely cooperated with the United Nations to advocate gender equality and empower women in political, economic, cultural and domestic respects of life. Having established gender equality as a basic national policy, the Chinese government puts emphasis on the protection of women's rights to life and health, reproduction and freedom.
In terms of abortion, which technically refers to the termination of pregnancy, we respect it as an inherent human right and induce female citizens to carry it out when necessary. To proportionate the increase of population and the development of society, we has established the Family Planning Policy and written it down in the Constitution, according to which both spouses are ...