The government's policy concerning adoption.
Adoption is strictly regulated by the government. Only by passing several tests and by following an intensive program applicants can adopt children.
Adoption is regulated by private, recognised organisations.
Adoption is not regulated.
|Augustina Imperio de Zardugalo|
|רפובליקת יידיש של ביתנו (Yeudish Republic of Beiteynu)|
Adoption policy is to be established by local governments.
|Commonwealth of Rutania|
|Federal Kingdom of Cildania|
|I Dimokratía tou Kéimon (The Keymon Republic)|
Adoption is regulated by the government. Applicants can adopt after a routine check-up.
Regulation is used to screen out only those with a previous history of child abuse.
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