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On our planet .. These refused to increase their salary and income without work and extension of paid leave!

On our planet .. These refused to increase their salary and income without work and extension of paid leave!



Canadian doctors: 'We do not want to increase our salaries' .. The government refuses: «Leave it on the table»

Canadian doctors: 'We do not want to increase our salaries' .. The government refuses: «Leave it on the table»
Canadian doctors: 'We do not want to increase our salaries' .. The government refuses: «Leave it on the table»

Yes, as I read quite well, doctors are protesting to refuse to increase their salaries, not shrink them, demanding the abolition of salary increases. The story began when the decision in Quebec County, Canada, to increase the salaries of specialist doctors by 11.2% in the coming years, the budget of salaries of doctors specializing in the province, rising from 4.7 billion dollars in 2017 - 2018, to reach 5.4 billion dollars in 2022 - 2023, But the response came quickly from the hundreds of doctors who decided to reject these increases and called for its abolition, and disbursement to other workers in the health sector, especially the nursing sector.

"The only thing that seems immune to the health care system is our salaries," said the protest petition signed by more than 900 Canadian doctors in the province, adding in the petition they published on February 25: "We are demanding that the increases be lifted and distributed Health insurance system to better include health care workers, to provide health services worthy of the people of Quebec ».

"We want to serve the patient and get more money," says Dr. Elisa Piusella, one of the doctors who signed the petition. "We are working on a health system with problems." Most of these problems lie in the overworked workload of the nursing staff, the number of nurses, and the proportion of nurses to patients.


Which was confirmed by Gatine Barrett, the Prime Minister of the province that he works on him, while refusing to respond to the doctors' petition, refusing to review the decision to increase their salaries, and said in a press statement: "If they (doctors) feel that they receive excessive amounts, The table, and I guarantee that we will make better use of them. "



«1896 thousand not for a monthly income unconditional value of $ 2650»!


«1896 thousand not for a monthly income unconditional value of $ 2650»!
«1896 thousand not for a monthly income unconditional value of $ 2650»!
If hundreds of Canadian doctors refused to raise their salaries, hundreds of thousands of Swiss refused to receive "unconditional basic income for all", an initiative launched in 2016 by Swiss citizens who do not belong to political parties. The Swiss government proposes to pay a monthly stipend to all Swiss and foreigners Residents of more than five years of workers, unemployed, adults and minors.

The monthly salary should be 2,500 Swiss francs (approximately $ 2,560) per adult, and the equivalent of $ 740 per minor. This, if implemented by the Swiss government, requires an additional budget of about 25 billion Swiss francs (about $ 25.6 billion). Which is equivalent to about 35% of GDP in Switzerland.



This initiative was eventually rejected in a popular referendum held on the 5th of Mingwen 2016, in which about half of the Swiss participated. The rejection came with a sweeping majority. The popular rejection rate was 76.9% with nearly 2 million votes (more than 1 million and 896 thousand votes) The acceptance rate was 23.1%, and popular rejection came after a Swiss parliamentary rejection

The reasons for the rejection were mainly based on fears of unsound social change. In addition to the difficulty of financing the initiative, concern about low labor value, low purchasing value, as well as fear of increased immigration to Switzerland.


«We do not want to increase our vacation paid by 50%»!


The Swiss may be surprised by the "unconditional basic income for all" initiative, but it does not seem so strange to the Swiss, who in 2012 rejected a similar popular initiative aimed at increasing the paid 50-week vacation week by four weeks to six weeks, The rejection came "fearing their global competitiveness will decline"!

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