Slovenian Papers Look at Country's Low Birth Rate Problem
Ljubljana/Maribor, 16 October - Two leading Slovenian papers focus Wednesday's commentaries on the low birth rate in the country and warnings by experts that the population could halve within fifty years if something is not done to promote parenthood. Responding to Monday's round table put on by the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family, Vecer and Delo highlight that young people in Slovenia often claim that their efforts to establish proper conditions for a family in turn leave them with no time to have children.
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