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Under a new law that came into effect in China in January, a woman obtained a divorce decree from her ex-husband to pay her € 6,400 as compensation. She blamed him for not having participated in household chores during their five years of marriage. A judgment that sparked heated debates in a still very traditional Chinese society.
This is a historicChina, and one that sparked heated reactions and debates on social media. On Monday, February 22, the Fangshan People's Court in Beijing sentenced a man to pay 50,000 yuan (nearly € 6,400) in damages to his ex-wife for reasons of ... household matters.
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According to a court report published on February 4, the woman indeed reproached her ex-husband for not having "participated in family tasks" during their five years of. As reported by this unusual judgment was made possible thanks to the new Civil Code published at the beginning of this year in China.
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