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Ministry of Justice: Not Saving Mom Constitutes a Crime

Ministry of Justice Not Saving Mom Constitutes a Crime
China’s Ministry of Justice has published reference answers to this year’s National Judicial Examination via its official website. A scenario from a set of four on question 52 read, “A is faced with a fire and is able to save his mom, but in saving his girlfriend doesn’t. If unjustified, A’s conduct constitutes a ‘non-action’ crime.” The statement was deemed correct, essentially meaning that China demands its citizens to save their mothers over their lovers. Many netizens agreed that mothers should be saved first as we only have one, whereas if we lose our girlfriends/boyfriends we can always get another.

Source: qq

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