The reform of social welfare and health care services hit a wall on Thursday after the Constitutional Law Committee issued its opinion on the reform bill, prompting the Social Affairs and Health Committee to suspend preparatory work on the reform. The Constitutional Law Committee ruled that the latest version of the bill remains constitutionally suspect, despite the improvements introduced to it by the Social Affairs and Health Committee.
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Years of work on care reform down the drain
The Constitutional Law Committee acknowledged that the proposed administrative system of 19 municipal authorities would not entail the same risks to democracy as the previously proposed system of 5 care districts.