After Indian independence from Britain, the Indian Constitution in officially granted women and men suffrage.
The presence of Chinese women in the political arena had become more common, and their personal rights and those of their employment, education and medical welfare were all well ensured, said Wu.
The Chinese government had taken various measures to encourage women to take part in the political and social affairs, said Wu.
Almost all the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities had women officials in government and the proportion of female officials had reached Local governments had also tried various ways to broaden employment channels for women, including encouraging the development of tertiary industry, promoting community household services, giving favorable policies to women in poverty-reduction projects and encouraging women to open their own businesses.
Following these measures, the number of employed Chinese women had risen from million in to million inaccounting for 46 percent of the total population employed. Chinese women were also enjoying better chances for education.
From to Great improvements had also been made in the health care of Chinese women, said Wu. The baby delivery rate at hospitals in China had risen from 51 percent in to Chinese Women's Status Rising Steadily Chinese women's political and social status has risen steadily over the past decade, but they still face serious obstacles, State Councilor Wu Yi said Tuesday.
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