In the years ahead we shall resolve a klimakrise, we will offer good services to our many grandparents, at the same time that we get less money money to spend. Then it is quite surreal that the Labour party is trying to be a copy of Bjørnar Moxnes and argues that if the public monopoly is the solution for good welfare.
Right before the summer of notified the Labour party, Masud Gharahkhani radical grip against the award and so-called "privatization" of welfare. Last week went to the Labour Tvedt Solberg out and said that the Labor party, and Red was completely agreed that they had to prevent that some private kindergartens be able to earn any money, without that he was able to explain how the Labour party would deny this.Local crisis solving Debate
For us who are fond of the Norwegian welfare model, and are most concerned that the elderly and children get great services, as is the Labour party's venstredreining in velferdspolitikken quite strange.
Up to 2060, are we twice as many over 70 years, three times as many over 80 years old and five times as many over 90 years, showing fresh figures from STATISTICS norway. At the same time suggests perspektivmeldingen that we get less money money to spend and that revenue from the oil goes down.
in other words; we Will create a good elder care to our many grandparents, at the same time that we should have good welfare for our children and for people who are outside the labour market, we must take all the forces of good in use.
Our welfare state is based on a good working relationship and jointly between the private and public actors. We have solved the important tasks of small and large companies work together with municipalities and the state, whether it was full kindergarten at the beginning of the 2000's, the handling of the record-breaking flyktningstrømmen in 2016, or handling of koronakrisen now in our. Right before the summer helped, for example, Volvat with a temporary feberklinikk in Oslo, in cooperation with the municipality.You pay, but can not access the Manager
Diversity of actors contributes to better quality. The public and private actors to learn from each other, listening to what people want and improve themselves. We want all that taxpayers ' money should go to the best possible services. But as long as you have strict requirements to quality and have an efficient supervision, it should not be a problem that people who take risks with their own money have the opportunity to earn something if they succeed.
the Truth is the fact that many are struggling. 1 of 3 private kindergartens goes for example with the deficit. The private kindergartens do not receive a penny more in support than the municipal kindergartens. 95 per cent of the kindergartens have collective agreements with the trade unions about wages and pensions, and the government sets requirements for the number of educators and number of employees. I wish the Labour party was a bit more keen to ensure that good private kindergartens have a good enough economy, than to prevent some nurseries are able to turn a profit.I notice I am provoked Debate
I struggle also to understand who the Labour party believes that the welfare schemes our is for? In Oslo was the couple, Cecilie and Wenche-Helen in barnehagekø despite the fact that there was an unused private nursery right next to the apartment. Party-the city council had put the foot down. In Tromsø, norway in 2017, we heard about the 90-year-old Gudmund. He got the war medal for his efforts as radioreparatør during the second world war. But should no longer be allowed by the Labour party to choose home care for yourself.
as long As the state takes the bill, I think most people are concerned that the nursery and eldreomsorgen is good, that politicians do not waste the taxpayers ' money and that it is recognised supervision and strict quality standards for private providers.
It goes actually possible to have a pragmatic view of how the welfare state should be the best possible, even about Bjørnar Moxnes sitting on nabokontoret in Parliament.You can submit your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here
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