Prime Minister Alexander Stubb (NCP) does not subscribe to the criticism voiced by Carl Haglund (SFP), the Minister of Defence, over the recently hammered out settlement on the reform of social welfare and health care services. Haglund in an interview with Kauppalehti on Wednesday stated that the settlement “cements” the position of public service providers.
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Stubb rejects care reform criticism
“I disagree in this respect,” Stubb said after a meeting of the Parliament's Grand Committee. “It was a parliamentary decision and therefore a compromise by definition [...]. I believe it creates space for both the public and private sector.