A report has been issued of the plans by the Chinese lawmakers to consider having a legislation that will see parents being punished for the crimes that will have been committed by their young children.
Zhang Tiewei , who is the spokesperson for the Legislative Affairs Commission is reported to have highlighted that there had been a number of reasons why children misbehaved and that inappropriate family education was the main reason .
The draft which is expected to be reviewed this week also reportedly seeks to ensure that children get time to exercise , play and rest.As part of measures to help groom response future leaders , the education ministry is reported to have limited the time of gaming for the minors.
They can only play online games for only an hour.This can only be done on Friday , Saturday and Sunday.The education ministry is reported to have also made a call for schools to promote campus sports which include soccer.
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