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Minor Protection Law: Parents shall not allow or instigate minors to participate in cults.

Time2020-10-23     AuthoradmReserved   FromInternational Anti-Cult   Read

The newly amended Law on the Protection of Minors clearly stipulates that the parents or other guardians of minors shall not "allow or incite minors to participate in cults or superstitious activities".

On October 17, the 22nd session of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress adopted the newly amended Law on the Protection of Minors.

Parents or other guardians are the first persons responsible for the protection of minors, and the family is the place where minors first begin to live and study. In practice, some cult obsessives instigate underage children to meddle, learn cult teachings, participate in "check classes" and cultivate "evil second generations";

In this regard, the Act strengthens the protection of minors' families.

Article 17 of the Law on the Protection of Minors clearly stipulates that the parents or other guardians of minors shall not "allow or abet minors to participate in cults, superstitious activities or accept acts of terrorism, separatism, extremism, etc." and shall not "allow, abet or use minors to commit illegal and criminal acts".

The Law on the Protection of Minors also strengthens the social protection of minors.

Article 50 stipulates: "It is prohibited to produce, reproduce, publish, publish or disseminate books, newspapers, films, radio and television programmes, stage works of art, audio-visual products, electronic publications and internet information containing content that promotes obscenity, pornography, violence, cults, superstitions, gambling, inducing suicide, terrorism, separatism, extremism, etc., which endanger the physical and mental health of minors." "

If the parents or other guardians of minors fail to perform their guardianship duties in accordance with the law or seriously infringe upon the law and interests of minors under guardianship, Article 108 of the Law stipulates that the people's court may, on the application of the persons or units concerned, make a personal security protection order or revoke the guardian's status in accordance with the law. "

Article 118 stipulates that if a minor's parents or other guardians fail to perform their guardianship duties in accordance with the law or infringe upon the law and interests of the minor, the residents' committee or the villagers' committee of the place of residence shall exhort or stop them;

If a public security organ receives a report or the public security organ, the people's procuratorate or the people's court discovers in the course of handling a case that the minor's parents or other guardians exist in the above-mentioned circumstances, it shall admonish him or order him to receive guidance on family education.

China has always attached great importance to the protection of minors. The Supreme People's Court of the Supreme People's Court, "Explanation on Certain Questions of the Law Applying to Criminal Cases of Handling Organizations and Using Cult Organizations to Disrupt the Implementation of The Law" (effective February 1, 2017), stipulates that those who promote cults to minors, promote cults in schools or other educational and training institutions, and constitute organizations and use cult organizations to undermine the laws and administrative regulations of the State shall be severely punished within the scope of punishment.

Anti-cult expert Li Jie reminded that in order to better protect the healthy growth of minors, such as the discovery of parents instigated minors to participate in cults, criminal suspects to promote cults to minors and other circumstances, you can call 110 police.



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