In 2010 the growth rate of the Philippines population was and still is the highest in all of Asia. Today’s staggering consensus shows that this country is near topping the 100 million mark and growing rapidly. This number is minus approximately 15 to 20 million people who are overseas workers and those married to other countrymen. Without proper planning for the people, this republic will explode into a world of turmoil lacking significant direction. One aspect for the future of this nation is to allow divorce in the Philippines; a law that would help serve the people of a modern society.
The first ever populace count recorded within the Philippines was in the year 1591. Even at this early date the population was estimated at 666,712. The Spanish revamped the method in which the numbers were tallied and in 1799 Friar Manuel Buzeta used his technique to estimate the number at 1,502,574. During the later part of the 19th century several consensus were reported with many harsh varying differences. In 1898 the official registered count stood at 7,832,719 with a continual climb even throughout the war years.
Language, religion and education vary within the regions of the Philippines. With 170 dialects it is no wonder many fall into the problem of miscommunication. Social issues are not the only leading issue within families and marriage. The internet and other modern information roadways have brought about free thinking people often locked by century old laws. The 7,200 islands in which the Philippines is made up of also consist of impoverished levels which dictate it to be a 3rd world country. With these facts set forth everyone here should realize the importance of finding a peaceful solution to introducing and allowing divorce in the Philippines. Not only does this eradicate abuse and other social issues but advances a society in a new direction for a happier life to be proud of.