“Parliamentary Health”: housing at a low rent value for the elderly

Yesterday, the Parliamentary Health Committee approved a number of proposals for laws on social care for the elderly, including exempting the elderly from paying fees for using public transportation, private vehicle registration fees, public service fees, and exemption from customs duties for prosthetic devices and the equipped vehicle. .
The committee agreed to oblige government agencies to provide adequate housing at a low rent for the elderly and unmarried women, and to grant the employee who takes care of a needy elderly the right to reduce his working hours by two hours per day with a salary, and the committee recommended if the start was only an hour.


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