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A top Japanese lawmaker called people who opt not to have kids “selfish,” as Japan’s birth rates have continued to plummet.
The politician said in order for everyone in Japan to be happy, people need to have more children.
Japan’s population is facing a demographic time bomb, with its elderly population growing older and its younger generations continuing to shrink.
A top Japanese lawmaker called people who opt not to have kids “selfish,” as Japan’s population rapidly ages and shrinks.
“In order for everyone [in Japan] to be happy, we should have many children and develop our country,” Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai said in a speech in Tokyo on Tuesday, Kyodo News reported. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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