Japan lawmaker slammed for calling childless people selfish

TOKYO – A leader of Japan’s ruling party has sparked an uproar by calling people without children selfish, in the latest in a series of comments by senior politicians urging women to have more babies. Toshihiro Nikai, secretary-general of the Liberal …
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