South Korea: ‘Working mothers will have to work for 69 hours’, Korean minister stuck

South Korea: ‘Working mothers will have to work for 69 hours’, Korean minister stuck

South Korea: South Korea’s Labor Minister Lee Jung-sik is on the target of critics because of one of his decisions. In fact, he said on Thursday that working 69 hours a week instead of 52 would be beneficial for working women. But his statement is being criticized. While this decision of the government is being questioned. Critics say this will harm women.

Let us tell you that this law made for women is yet to be passed in the National Assembly, where the number of opposition is more. Also, the opposition is already criticizing this. The Labor Ministry dismissed the opposition’s questions, saying that increasing the weekly working hours would only benefit.

What did the lady say 

Korean women’s associations opposed the statement and decision of the Labor Minister. The women’s union said that men would work longer hours and be relieved of the responsibilities and rights of care. Women have to do all the care work. 

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