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Lithuanian PM glad doctor protests free of politics

Lithuanian PM glad doctor protests free of politics

05.01.2018

The mass protest action held in Vilnius on Thursday over salaries of health professionals and other reforms in the health care sector did not turn into a political event, says Lithuania's Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, cites LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Legislation, Lithuania, Markets and Companies, Medicine, Strike



Family physicians end strike, make new demands to Latvian Health Ministry

Family physicians end strike, make new demands to Latvian Health Ministry

04.12.2017

The Latvian Association of Family Physicians has decided to end the strike that began in July 2017 and has made new demands to the Health Ministry, warning that they may resume the strike, if the demands are not met, informs LETA.

Family physicians in Latvia to continue ''slow'' strike

Family physicians in Latvia to continue ''slow'' strike

27.10.2017

The board of the Latvian Association of Family Physicians today decided to continue the "slow" strike, LETA learned from the association.


Over 100 NGOs, academicians call on Lithuanian president to veto family law

Over 100 NGOs, academicians call on Lithuanian president to veto family law

25.10.2017

Eighty non-governmental organizations and almost 30 academicians have asked Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite to veto the recently-passed Law on the Strengthening of the Family, reports LETA/BNS.

Trade unions in Latvia to join forces in fight for promised guarantees to health care sector

Trade unions in Latvia to join forces in fight for promised guarantees to health care sector

22.08.2017

The Latvian Trade Union of Health and Social Care Workers (LVSADA) and the Latvian Confederation of Free Trade Unions (LBAS) will be fighting together to achieve the guarantees promised to the health care sector, LVSADA leader Valdis Keris told the press on August 21st, cites LETA.


08.08.2017

18.5% Latvian family physicians' practices inspected participate in protest campaign

Only 18.5% of the family physicians' practices inspected by the Latvian Health Inspectorate were participating in the protest campaign organized by the Latvian Association of Family Physicians, informs LETA.

03.08.2017

Hospitals’ Association: strike of family physicians ineffective in Latvia

The fact that the strike of family physicians had stirred up the ruling coalition does not yet mean that the strike had been effective because the official pay level to medical personnel still remains below the pre-crisis level, Jevgenijs Kalejs, the head of the Latvian Association of Hospitals, said on the LNT commercial television today, cites LETA.

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