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Should developing nations place restrictions on rural-urban migration?

  • Yes they should

    I think that they should because they should not let their people start moving anywhere they feel like it until the city is properly populated so as to not bring unbalance to the their society. The nation should wait until it is evenly distributed with people before they start allowing migration to the suburbs.

  • Yes to not limit the influx of people will create all kinds of problems.

    There need to be limits on how many people can be in a given area. There are a lot of factors that effect this. One is simply can the city's services handle it. From sewage, electricity and housing to police and fire departments. If everyone just could move in and not care if they have a place to live there would be chaos, overcrowding, disease, crime and a lot more problems. Now if the city can handle the influx there is no reason to not allow it. In the U.S. there are laws and regulations that limit the zoning and development of land. Something similar can be used in other countries, of course adapted to their unique needs.

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • How would the population increase?

    If the birth rate of a country is low how would they be able to increase the population of the country without immigrants coming in and out of the country , Between 1993 and 2015 the foreign-born population in the UK more than doubled from 3.8 million to around 8.7 million, England's population is 65.14 million people, in 2015, 13.5 % of the UK is made up of immigrants

  • Communism and Socialism MY ASS

    REFER TO TITLE. It is as simple as ABC, if you want socialism and live with those poor ass "liberals" then move to Cuba.

    THIS HAS BEEN A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE UPPER CLASS. THANK YOU.


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  • How would you control it ?

    It is all good and fine to say that the nations could control immigration, but is that even practical? If someone wants to move from the country to the city, then they will figure out a way to make it happen. Restrictions would only make the city seem more attractive.


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