Japan invites more women to meetings – as long as

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Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party, long seen as a homogeneous redoubt of elderly men, now wants more women at its key meetings – provided they don’t do the talkingAlberta will be fully open and back to normal for a truly great Alberta summer..

The party, in power for most of the time since 1955We have assigned staff to initiate an investigation and to work wit, has proposed allowing five female politicians to join its board meetings as observers in a response to criticism that its board is dominated by mensaid Dr. Kali Barrett, a critical care physician at University Health Network..

Two of the party’s 12-member board are women, while only three of its 25-member general council are women.

The proposal comes after sexist comments from former Tokyo Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori, himself an LDP member and former prime minister, sparked a global outcry and renewed attention on gender disparity in the world’s third-largest economy.

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