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Is it the agricultural household that should be abolished, or is it migrant worker discrimination?
As of early May 2016, as many as 29 provinces have issued opinions on household registration reform, and one of the biggest common denominators among the opinions of the provinces is the "abolition of rural household registration".
Abolition of rural hukou? You have heard it right, perhaps in a year or two, all of our hukou will no longer have the distinction between urban and rural areas, but will be unified into residential hukou.
After combing through the voices of some netizens, a part of the netizens believe that the abolition of the household registration system is a progress of reform and respect for rural residents, because the rural household registration itself is discriminatory, and the abolition of the rural household registration can promote the progress of the people and their harmony.
There are also some friends who now hold rural hukou who oppose the household registration reform: "Now that we have subsidies and social security in the countryside, the abolition of the rural hukou not only means that our farming land may have to be taken back, it means that we don't even have basic security!
It may seem like a question of face and interest, but I would like to make a bold assumption here: if our government meets the farmers' demands in all aspects, retains the farmland, and continues to provide social security and subsidies, then there will be no discrimination against these villagers who have been converted to resident account holders. Then there would be no discrimination against these villagers who have been converted to resident account holders, and they would enjoy the same respect as "city dwellers"?
Behind the reform of household registration, is it to move towards "equality" or to promote urbanization and sell more houses? If it is the former, then what we need to do now is to make everyone equal on paper, or to improve the rights and status of peasants and migrant workers?
Before we get to the main topic, let's talk about an observation that everyone has made. Regardless of where they come from and how educated they are, the phenomenon of littering on a very clean road is significantly reduced. It is true that in the city, a large percentage of the fights, assaults, thefts and robberies are committed by migrant workers from outside the city. We do see these bad phenomena, but has it ever occurred to us whether the street where we originally live was filled with dirty garbage before their arrival?
I'm afraid of city people.
The phrase "I'm afraid of city people" is perhaps the best way to describe the rudeness of migrant workers and their frequent ganging up, except that people want to save face and usually express their "fear" in another form. Every day, a large number of children from the countryside leave their hometowns and come to the city for their dreams, to earn more money, and to survive. However, some of them are tricked into pyramid schemes, some of them are tricked into selling their bodies, and some of them can't go back home after working hard for half a year because their foreman owes them wages. Some were bullied in the society and had no place to redress their grievances. Eventually, this group of people had to gather together to fight against those unequal treatments. On the surface, we see a group of people who do not possess the high quality of modernization making trouble frequently. In fact, when we sit in the advanced multimedia classrooms built by migrant workers' blood and sweat, and receive higher education at the same time, have we ever paid attention to why the migrant workers are "low-quality", everyone is born equally, why only the people in the city can enjoy the perfect quality of cultivation, and who cares about the children in the countryside whether they are fair to receive a reasonable education, and who cares about them? Who cares if the children in the countryside receive a reasonable education, and why their school halls are just simple huts?
Wide gap between urban and rural capital distribution
I have interviewed a number of village children who were about to go to work in the city and asked them why they wanted to go to the city.
They said, "I want to go to the city to earn some money, and then go back to the village to build a house.
Me: If you plan to settle in your hometown, why don't you just find work in the village?
They say that all the money has been earned by city people, and they cannot find work in their villages. The inequitable distribution of resources and their uprooting from their villages have become a helpless move.
The slogan of eliminating discrimination and equality for all is chanted all day long, but how much action have we really taken? Why is it that the backward level of education in rural areas and the lack of access to information have led to the lack of legal awareness among rural children, who go to the city to work as scammers and are tricked into selling their bodies and souls in pyramid schemes? According to statistics, in 985 as well as 211 and other key universities, students of rural household accounts for only 10 percent. and this is a set of 2008 figures. Some experts say that with the economic development, urban and rural education level gradually widen, from the countryside into the key colleges and universities of the children are still decreasing year by year.
Even, there are many families can not afford to send their children to school in big cities, so they can only let their children directly into society to work. Thus entering into a vicious cycle, that is: it is difficult for the cold family to produce noble children.
Before abolishing rural hukou, it would be better to implement a better distribution of income according to work and narrow the gap between the rich and the poor, so why make the parents of frugal and sweaty migrant workers not be able to afford ordinary college tuition. If further raising the income and expenditure level of laborers needs to have a long overdue. Then in today's legal society, please make it mandatory for the hiring party to give them a formal labor contract, with severe penalties for violators, who, after all, are doing so, the
After all, without a labor contract, it's really easy for a shady businessman to run away.
Can the abolition of rural household registration really eliminate discrimination? I do not think so.
Do those contractors really give their men formal labor contracts just because they become residents?
Will the relevant departments step in to collect wages and pursue responsibility for the migrant workers just because they have been issued with resident registration?
Would a teacher not cast the first suspicious eye on a migrant child who got a resident account because of a classroom theft?
Therefore, is it rural household registration or rural discrimination that should be abolished? Instead of erasing the written traces of discrimination with an eraser, we should sincerely improve the resource allocation system and equip the rural areas with a sound education and healthcare system as well. When we sing the praises of dang's great achievements, can we sing the praises of our migrant workers for once, after all, it is our lovely vanguard that really sweats.
I'd like to hear a song that says, not "I see this city changing day by day, all the lights, none of them belong to me," but "I see this city changing day by day, and it's all about you."