How the law provides for abuse

Article 3 of the draft amendment to the Marriage Law provides that: Does not prohibit domestic violence or abuse of family members by other acts. It is for bidden to abandon family members. Marriage law experts point out that all forms of domestic violence should be prohibited, not just families in abuse. violence. The Marriage Law changed this to: Prohibit domestic violence. Prohibit abuse and abandonment among family members. To establish and maintain an equal, harmonious, civilized marriage and family relationship, it is necessary to prohibit abuse and

Article 3 of the draft amendment to the Marriage Law provides that: Does not prohibit domestic violence or abuse of family members by other acts. It is for bidden to abandon family members. Marriage law experts point out that all forms of domestic violence should be prohibited, not just families in abuse. violence. The Marriage Law changed this to: Prohibit domestic violence. Prohibit abuse and abandonment among family members. To establish and maintain an equal, harmonious, civilized marriage and family relationship, we must prohibit abusive and abandonment among family members, and prohibit all forms of family. violence. Abuse among family members refers to acts that torture and torture family members by physical abuse, torture, cold starvation, and illness without treatment, causing them physical and mental suffering. The abuse of family members undermines the harmonious life of the family, violates the socialist moral code, and is not allowed by law. Abuse of family members, if the circumstances are bad, constitutes the crime of ill-treatment and is punishable by criminal law.

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