Public consultation process
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Section 2.11. Section 2.11. All citizens have the right to free, quality healthcare at the point of need, subject to available resources.
Section 2.11. What does "quality" mean? Of the highest available quality? If so, it should be stated.
Section 2.11. Additional clauses are required to cover rights to (1) adequate housing (2) adequate food (quantity and quality sufficient to sustain well being) (3) dignity, security and personal care in old age. Education, health and these other rights should be grouped together in the ordering of the sub-paragraphs in this section
Section 2.11. By ‘free’ healthcare, who has to pay for it?
Section 2.11. All citizens have the right to free, quality healthcare and socialcare at the point of need subject to available resources.
Section 2.11. This amendment needs its reference number and descriptive headline to meet the Guidelines. Reason is it will shortly become lost among others and miss out on the votes & rankings. Please add flags to request removal by Moderators and re-post. Thanks!
Extension for Care of the Elderly
Section 2.11. All citizens have the right to free, professional healthcare at the point of need, subject to availability of qualified personnel, to extend to subsidized care and appropriate accommodation for the elderly unable to maintain their own home and independence within the resource of their personal State Benefit entitlement.