NZ bans smacking

NZ has banned the smacking of children by their parents, but there is a direction that when the smack is of a minor nature, police are directed not to prosecute. However, to show that legislation does not always reflect the view of the people, in a recent survey, 78% of respondents said that they would… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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NZ bans smacking

NZ has banned the smacking of children by their parents, but there is a direction that when the smack is of a minor nature, police are directed not to prosecute.

However, to show that legislation does not always reflect the view of the people, in a recent survey, 78% of respondents said that they would still smack their children, leaving themselves open to possible prosecution!

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