What good news for international human rights!
For the past 36 years, China has been implementing one of the most controversial laws in the world to fight overpopulation… but the rule was officially abolished early Thursday morning.
1979's One-Child Policy made it so Chinese couples in urban living conditions were legally only allowed to have a single kid. But in an effort to make it so the current generation isn't too sparse, families all throughout the country may now have two children.
China's Communist Party made the announcement, calling the preexisting law a success, saying they prevented an estimated 400 million births in the span of nearly four decades — which is about 5.4 percent of the world's entire population!
While some experts praised