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"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that and, in fact, the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands, of course, similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@en4
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"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@cs1
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@da2
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@de9
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@el10
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@es21
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@et5
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@fi7
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@fr8
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@hu11
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@it12
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@lt14
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@lv13
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@mt15
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@nl3
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@pl16
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@pt17
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@ro18
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@sk19
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@sl20
"Mr President, the one-child policy of China is at the centre of this problem and its implementation through forced abortions and female infanticide is the real measure of its real effects. The enforcement of this policy should, frankly, be abandoned by the Chinese authorities. I know that we all wish that, and in fact the policy itself should be completely abandoned too. In the meantime, recognition in China of the terrible forced termination of a seven-month pregnancy because of a refusal to pay a fine, is the very least that can be expected. The Chinese authorities should recognise by now that some social policies just do not and cannot work. Entering into the valuable commercial world of trade, as China has done, demands of course similar social standards by their governments. It is time for them to wake up to this."@sv22
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