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In addition to punishing parents, the text will ask them to provide time for their children to rest, play and exercise

Les tuteurs légaux des enfants ayant commis des délits seront tenus pour responsables. © NG Han Guan / AP / SIPA The legal guardians of offenses who have committed offenses will be held responsible. law - In addition to punishing parents, the text will ask them to provide time for their children to rest, play and exercise

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"There are many reasons why adolescents behave badly and inappropriate lack or family education is the main cause," explained the spokesperson for the Committee on Legislative Affairs of the National Assembly.

Provide time of rest and play

The bill would be examined by the Commission and a decision should be made at the end of the week. In addition to punishing parents, the text will ask them to provide time for their children to rest, play and exercise.

This is not the first time the government interferes with . At the beginning of the school year, Beijing had explained to fight the dependence of young people in online games, considered a "spiritual opium". The hours in front of the miners' video games had been limited to one hour a day, only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. According to CNN, the government would also fight against the "blind" worship of Internet celebrities.

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