78 years old Chinese woman asked
The judge said "the right to life should be primarily guaranteed by countries people belong to"
Unbelievably, this case was the first time to mention the illegality of the welfare for permanent residents without nationality. I wonder what the judiciary has done for many years.
I sometimes see this kind of phrases on Japanese bulletin boards "
What people imply with this kind of phrases is that
I'm not a welfare-specialist, but I know one newly legislated law which makes me sympathize with the phrase.
"Kodomo Teate Law," allows parents with children under 16 to receive 13000yen≒110dollars × children regardless of nationality. Surprisingly, it counts children living outside
I feel as if the government wishes to give away money to foreigners.
It must be something granted, please don't make me say "The Japanese government should be devoted for the Japanese."
I don’t think it is a healthy government that makes a citizen thinks this way.
Please don’t make me doubt.
What is granted in one’s country is not necessarily for sure in some other countries.
Did you find some surprising facts? What kind of systems does your country have?