French parents no longer allowed to smack children.

french-flag-2Daily Mail 30 December 2016
Family First Comment: More political ideology being forced on parents (which is why Brexit and Trump won!)
“The ban was proposed by a group of ecologist and socialist MPs as an amendment to the Equality and Citizenship bill…”
Interesting name of the bill, but here’s the wackiest bit…
“As part of the law, brides and grooms will be reminded during the civil marriage service of their obligation not to use violence against their children.”
Adultery? Fine. Divorce? If you have to. Smacking? Heck no!

Parents in France no longer have the right to beat their children after a new law banning corporal punishment came into force this week.

The move leaves Britain as one of only four countries in Europe where smacking remains a legal way of disciplining children.

The French law now defines parental authority in the Civil Code as excluding ‘all cruel, degrading or humiliating treatment, including any recourse to corporal violence’.

Now the UK, Italy, Switzerland and the Czech Republic are all expected to receive mounting demands to pass a similar law against smacking.

French centrist MP Jean-Christophe Lagarde has described his country’s new law as ‘ a ridiculous attempt to micromanage family life’.

The ban was proposed by a group of ecologist and socialist MPs as an amendment to the Equality and Citizenship bill, which went before parliament earlier this year.

The legistlation says it aims to ‘set out a clear principle, which should be repeated to fathers and mothers and influence their future behaviour’.
READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4075942/Parents-France-no-longer-right-smack-children-new-law-comes-force-Britain-mounting-pressure-follow-suit.html

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