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Coalition agreement sets minimum wage to 800 euros, changes in health care

Ljubljana – Some details of the document have already been leaked as future coalition partners are expected to initiate a coalition agreement on Saturday. The agreement envisions changes in the pension and health system, with a commitment to raise the minimum wage to 800 euros and the minimum pension to 700 euros.

Some of the details of the agreement have already been revealed by members of the Free Movement, Social Democratic Party (SD), and are left in their public place.

In particular, they announced that about 20,000 non-profit apartments will be built under two government conditions, with a net wage of 800 euros and a minimum pension of 700 euros.

The plan is to eventually abolish additional health insurance and stop purchasing Boxer Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs). Janez Janša The procedure for procuring military equipment under the government will be reviewed.

N1 News Web Portal Portal also mentions its commitment to eliminate razor wires and other “technical obstacles” built to control the flow of illegal migration on the Croatian border by the end of this year. doing.

Another suggestion is that physicians in the public health system will not be allowed to work for individuals or concessionaires after completing a shift in public institutions.

There is also a progressive tax on property, and the coalition will uphold the right of employees to turn off company phones and emails at the end of working hours.

According to N1 sources, the agreement stipulates that the Yansa administration’s tax reform, which led to a net wage increase, will be abolished early next year.

The online version of the newspaper Večer adds that general personal income tax deductions remain the same.

Companies, including start-ups, are expected to receive tax incentives for digital and green transitions, and effective corporate tax rates are expected to rise.

The coalition is also expected to promote employee participation in profits and their involvement in corporate ownership and management, N1 says.

According to the portal, the government will begin talks with EU agencies to revise the country’s resilience and resilience plans, and EU funds will be used primarily to fund green transitions and digitization.

The coalition promises free school meals for all elementary and junior high school students, and the school curriculum is expected to change slightly, N1 adds.

Večer focuses on the most vulnerable groups to mitigate rising energy prices, accelerate the development of solar energy power plants, and replace fossil fuel heating equipment with renewable energy heating equipment. ..

The future coalition is also planning pension reforms to strengthen the first pension pillar and encourage additional pension savings. Healthcare plans to establish an updated record of waiting lines for treatments and procedures.

They also promise increased availability of physicians at the primary level, bureaucratization and digitization of the healthcare system, and additional financial incentives for healthcare staff.

In terms of media, future partners have announced that broadcaster RTV Slovenija and other public media (Slovenian News Agency – STA) will be provided with status to prevent political interference, Večer says.

They will also work to abolish election units that introduce priority voting in elections to parliament, which requires two-thirds of the parliamentary majority.

According to the information obtained by STA, the coalition agreement includes a strategy to abolish precarious work, and the government is one example. There is also a commitment to reduce the abuse of part-time employment.

Other goals include a more transparent system of disability insurance, a stronger network of public social welfare agencies, prevention of brain exhaustion, and clear migration policies with employment strategies and comprehensive integration. ..

https://sloveniatimes.com/coalition-agreement-sets-minimum-wage-at-eur-800-changes-in-healthcare/ Coalition agreement sets minimum wage to 800 euros, changes in health care

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