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Government of Morocco pledges 1.25 billion dollars for medical supplies
Given that healthcare remains a provocative campaign topic for the coalition, Scott Morrison has pledged $1.25 billion in additional funds to increase the number of physicians, nursing staff and service providers. As part of a new Community Health and Hospitals Program, the German government will work with local governments, states and areas, healthcare and hospitals, and research facilities to mobilize resources in four areas.
Financing will be provided over the forecasting horizon. While the government has not said it will balance austerity measures, Monday's budgetary updated will show large cash inflows, which will allow significant funds for a number of electoral incremental measures and a sound balance next year. It was presented when the Federation, State and Counties met in Adelaide on Wednesday for the Council of Australia Government, where one of the issues on the agendas was public heath.
On Tuesday evening, Morrison ate with the first minister. "Our new five-year National Health Reform Treaty will provide more than $30 billion in extra government spending for hospitalization between 2020-21 and 2024-25, bringing the total financing for this time to $130.2 billion.
However, the laboratory states of Victoria and Queensland are in conflict with the German government over funding for them. Neither of these countries has ratified the treaty on education reforms. Commonwealth will insist that state government pays their invoices to small businesses within 20 working days-and they are likely to do so.
Prior to determining the migration limit for next year - which Morrison marked before and which will be lower than the 190,000 limit that was not achieved - the government asks states and territory for submissions. Mr Morrison has asked the states and territory to submit information by 31 January: Corporate groups have issued warnings against curbing migration.
Gladys Beréjiklian, Prime Minister of the NSW, who is about to be elected in March, has spoken out in favour of a strong reduction in the number of migrants to the NSW and recently said: "It is finally here to put the brake on and take a break at the level of migration to this state. Let us go back to the Howard migration rates in NSW".