Parliament’s health imposes 100 pounds on private school fees for the Emergency Medical Fund


The Health Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives agreed to amend the text of Article 10 of the draft law establishing a medical emergency fund submitted by the government and the private sector to determine the resources of the fund..

The committee also approved the creation of a stamp worth 100 pounds to be imposed on the expenses of private and international schools and universities for the benefit of the fund, as well as imposing a fee of one penny for every minute mobile for the benefit of the fund.

The Health Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives agreed, during its meeting today, to allocate 1% of the funds of the private funds for the medical emergency fund, 1% of the land sales in the New Urban Communities Authority, and what the state’s general budget may allocate for the fund.


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