The most prominent features of treatment for population issues
1- Legislation and laws that guarantee a person the right to a decent life.
2- Birth control within clear and strict laws, which we suggest as follows:
- Every couple has the right to have one child, which is covered by the state in terms of education and health care.
- The expenses for the education and health care of the second child are borne by the parents.
- The expenses for the education and health care of the third child are borne by the parents, with a deduction of 20% of their monthly or annual income for the benefit of the state, regardless of their degree of wealth.
- Each country forms committees to develop laws and legislations related to this aspect, to study matters such as twins, the very poor, and so on.
3- Continuous development of the health care system in each country.
4- Encouraging and supporting scientific research related to population.
5- Preventing early marriage (below the legal age) in countries whose laws allow this marriage.
6- Encouraging literary and artistic creativity concerned with population issues (poetry, theater, story, and films, series and songs).
7- Developing abortion laws and allowing a woman to have an abortion if the fetus is less than four months old.
8- The human right to personal freedom, and to choose the form of life in the way he wants without affecting the freedom of others.
9- Freedom of religious, intellectual or philosophical belief.
10- Encouraging poor countries that adopt this by supporting their programs related to the implementation of these provisions.
11- Encouraging democracy and supporting non-democratic or semi-democratic countries that adopt more democracy.
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