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There needs to be consequences for parents in these cases as much as there needs to be consequences for the youth
Good parents are what makes great societies and wise governments understand that. So when we see day after day more ram raids and robberies around the country committed by teens we must question what the parents are doing.
There needs to be consequences for parents in these cases as much as there needs to be consequences for the youth.
It is no secret that truancy, education, and home life play pivotal roles in teenagers lives - this shouldn’t be just the states responsibility.
The fact is these parents need to have responsibility for their kids lives and stop willingly handing them over to a future of gangs and crime - there was a time when New Zealand governments understood that.
It's time we bring back experience to government.
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