Croatia - Privatisation of healthcare disputed - April 30, 2018

Two of the major two trade unions, the Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia and the Association of Croatian Trade Unions, urged the government to stop the privatisation of health care that is planned under new health care legislation. The new legislation would mean a further step in the privatisation of health care, with licensed GPs that would no longer operate under a lease agreement but would be fully private. The trade unions fear this will threaten access to quality health care.

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