Originally Posted by theprestige
No. If it was at the top it would just mean the other countries were even worse.
There is a moral failing, but it's not unique to New Zealand. Nor are the 'challenges'.
When the 'efforts to build a better tomorrow' consist of buying votes with tax cuts and cutting social services, it's not surprising when they don't turn out quite as expected.
Why Children are in Poverty
Does this sound like 'specific challenges unique to NZ' or just another example of a government abdicating its responsibility towards its citizens?