EMS Workers’ Unions to Prepare Their Proposal for Emergency Medical Aid Law

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The unionists expressed satisfaction with the meeting and said that they would present their proposal for an emergency medical aid bill in two weeks’ time.

Unionist Danijel Šota said that a new meeting would be convened in two weeks’ time to discuss the proposed drafts for this legislation that will regulate a reduced working life for EMS workers, the expansion of teams of emergency medical services, and paramedic helicopter services.

Five days ago, a few hundred protesters requested a meeting in the government on the reintroduction of an accelerated retirement plan, which was abolished during Andrija Hebrang’s ministerial term of office.

They insist on a single law, following the example of relevant legislation for the police and firefighting services.


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