Reforms in education and health care should be the next key items on the government's agenda after the adoption of the tax reform, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis said in an interview with Latvijas Avize daily.
Financing is the main problem for both education and health care sectors therefore the decisions concerning the tax reform have to be made first, he said.
"Now when the government has adopted the tax reform guidelines, it will have to tackle the next items in line, first of all, reforms in education and health care," the Latvian ...
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