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Japanese lawmakers are stepping up efforts to address an increasing number of cases of unpaid child support by parents without custody rights after divorce.

A group of female lawmakers from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party presented Justice Minister Masako Mori in late January with a set of requests including the creation of a system in which the government temporarily compensates for unpaid child support while conducting investigations to determine the assets of those who are responsible for paying child care costs.

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