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Minister Müller insists that SCART will become mandatory


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Ludmila Müller (TOP 09), the new Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, sees no other option than to SCART were compulsory. Volunteering would endanger the system, we have no choice but to follow the contractual arrangements, said on Monday Radiožurnál.

"SCART should be mandatory, their voluntarism would threaten the entire system of social benefits," she said on Monday in 20 minutes Radiožurnál new Minister.

While Prime Minister Petr Necas (ODS) last Friday at a press conference after the appointment of Müller said that he would definitely like to have SCART voluntary, and that the whole interpret the will of the ODS.

"If we decide that we want to have a voluntary system, it will mean that the whole system of social cards may be threatened.Today, under a contractual arrangement laws where it is written that payments will be made through social cards, so we have no choice but to this drive, "Minister justify his opinion.

She added that those who have not collected the SCART office, payment of benefits will be suspended.

On the topic of sKaret so probably will premiere on Tuesday negotiations and Müller wishing afternoon at a press conference to introduce the start of pension reform.

Müller has replaced the post of his party colleague Jaromir Drabek, who resigned after the court into custody at his first deputy Vladimir Drabek on suspicion of corruption.

Katerina Šurmanová, surmanova@mediafax.cz

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