Presidency orders shutdown of the Public Health Sector
The Executive Commission for the Reform of the Public Health Sector (CERSS) will be shut down and its assets transferred to the National Public Health System. Its staff will be absorbed by the Ministry of Public Health and the National Public Health System and its plans and projects will be taken over by the Ministry of Public Health.
Decree 205-16 revoked Decree 308-97 of 10 July 1997 that created the commission, which is known for its generous wages for its directors.
The public health system is currently being restructured by the Medina administration. Other recent measures include the merging of the social security system with the public health system.
Aug 20, 2016
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