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Old 04-08-2014, 05:38 AM
 
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Good news. It looks like the RH Law will finally be implemented.
SC says RH Law constitutional except for some provisions | News | GMA News Online

This was the important part of the article



And because something like 70% of Filipinos support this law, I really think it will have a huge impact on population growth.
Ok that is interesting. There was 1 part I thought will take some time to make an effect, the educational part. I read that the majority of unplanned births were from women over 40, so the educational component could take a while to trickle up to this population.
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Old 04-08-2014, 01:13 PM
 
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Ok that is interesting. There was 1 part I thought will take some time to make an effect, the educational part. I read that the majority of unplanned births were from women over 40, so the educational component could take a while to trickle up to this population.
I think with the RH Law, the population of the Philippines will peak at 130 million, which would still make it less densely populated than South Korea is now. It's projected to hit 130 mil by 2030, but I think it will take longer to get there now. Maybe by 2050, then it will start declining. Of course, anything could happen before then, but that's just my projection based on other projections, and taking the RH Law into account

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Old 04-15-2014, 02:59 AM
 
Location: Filipinas
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The Chinoys (Filipinos of Chinese descent) in the Philippines are not really into politics. They're more into business. The only Chinese political dynasty I can think of are the Tans of Eastern Visayas - and they went into politics by "accident"

A great video of explaination of Dynasties History

SINO'NG TATAY MO?!? A History of Philippine Family Dynasties - YouTube

A lot of questions like, Did Aguinaldo really killed Bonifacio?
Power and Greed. Well I don't know if this is accurate history as there are
some history book that is not accurate. But he got some point by looking back the history.

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