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Self-employed feel bullied

On November 15, the Sme daily wrote that an amendment to the new law on occupational safety requires self-employed people who do not employ others to pay a fee to one of Slovakia’s 77 health service entities.

Ervín Boháčik from the Slovak Chamber of the Self-employed responded angrily that the seventy-seven companies would earn millions of crowns this way. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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