RIGA - The council of the Trade Union of Health and Social Care Employees of Latvia (LVSADA) on January 21 decided not to support the proposal of Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) to develop a new model for medics' wages, the trade union's representative Inga Rudzite reported.
The trade union's council decided to call on the Tripartite Cooperation Council to discuss whether it is really necessary to cardinally change the wage system in the health care sector.
"The prime minister had decided to unilaterally change the wage syst...
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