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China cracks down on women, children trafficking


China cracks down on women, children trafficking

Beijing, Mar 2 (Prensa Latina) China today reported the launching of a national offensive to rescue all women and children who were kidnapped and trafficked, as well as to bring to justice those responsible for these crimes.
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The Ministry of Public Security (Interior) explained that the campaign will run until the end of the year, and will pay special attention to the search for victims with physical and mental disabilities, the homeless and beggars.

The initiative will involve every community in the country, orphanages, rescue institutions, health commissions and women’s federations at the local level, to track down any leads on human smuggling.

As a whole, the government will establish a mechanism to denounce cases of such crimes and collect DNA from the abductees to locate family members.

The offensive follows the call of experts who urge a tough hand against trafficking in women, rescue the kidnapped women and raise the penalties for the buyers, who often rape them, force them into forced labor and mistreat them.

This request was fueled amid the national commotion caused by the case of abuse against a woman with schizophrenia in the eastern province of Jiangsu.


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