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The introduction of the Bohemia care allowance has led to numerous disputes between lawmakers and Bohemia experts. Despite many opponents, the House has finally voted.

By default, from the point of view of whether it is your decision now to introduce the Bihar and the new financial burden that this measure imposes on families with small children, it is worth considering the long-term consequences, too.

At the same time, it should be added that unfortunately these institutions have not been free for a long time, since the changed and other tools determined by the witchcraft had to be paid for, and the parents had to insure themselves. The timing, however, is definitely not the best, as in the current economic climate, spending a couple of thousand forints can also put a heavy burden on families, not least because the relationship.

Is it really a problem to pay for worshipers?

This allowance is payable in several countries of the European Union. There is a legitimate objection to the difference between average earnings, and if care costs make it difficult for Hungarian women to return to work, we face a real problem.
At the same time, several studies have confirmed that the desire to have a child is not a function of the monetary value of state support, that is, the parents are more likely to be born the longer they receive more financial support.
Research shows that in countries where women can easily return to the world of work and where both employers and employees have more flexibility in working time and place of work, there is a significant increase in child-mindedness.
Of course, it would not work effectively if trust between employers and employees was not mutually exclusive. However, this would require a work culture in which the boss does not see how much the subordinate spends on the office when he or she can leave his or her child for weaning, and when he or she can leave for work in the evenings or after dйlutбnokйrt. Alternatively, it would simply be possible to do some kind of work or work where the hiring is not unreasonably low, so even in this case, it would still be "worth it" to put the little ones in the paycheck, just one for a while.
According to Viktor Szûcs, chairman of the Békéscsid Workers' Democratic Trade Union, a parent can make a responsible decision about returning to work if he / she knows that his / her child is in a professional institution and in good hands. However, the proliferation and hefty burdens and benefits could put Hungarian women on a more difficult path even though it has not been easy to return to the labor market.
Professionals generally agree that babies have the best places next to their mothers in the first three years, but this is difficult to do in many families today, so it would be worthwhile to try to you can spend as much time as possible with your child.
Many also argue with the point in the law that the care fee applies only to worshipers and not to high school students. However, there may be a risk that parents may prefer to wait for the earliest time to give their children to kindergarten, which may not be in line with their psychosocial developmental rhythm. There are many aspects of the law that are debatable and require a number of fundamental changes in order to be acceptable.

"The worshipers don't have their own number"

Viktor Szûcs

Viktor Szûcs, chairman of the Bohemian Workers' Democratic Organization, was asked to address the issue. - After municipalities are not required to introduce a care allowance, they ask how many people will live with the opportunity. - Based on the BDDSZ survey in March, it is certain that there will be a care allowance in 44 percent of the capital (city, county city), and it will not be decided in 27 percent, or 29 percent. - Can the care fee pick up the extra burdens that parents now ask for in wardrobes (diapers, buttocks, toilet paper)? - This money will go to the local governments, because the worshipers do not have their own number. They go for the big government hat, and it is technically feasible for the book to ask if it really gets to the "target" in the form of a cash surplus. It will be especially difficult to follow where the worshipers work together with other social or even health care institutions, because there is one in the country. So, it is unfortunate that the care fee is a departure from the expectation of parents that they will continue to provide diapers, buttocks, and other necessary utensils. The law states in its justification that extra income should be devoted to the creation of places of worship, but it is not known how much excess government can account for. You will probably have a family that will not use the service, as spending two to three thousand forints may be decisive. Wherever they are not introduced, the local government may be so "rich" that it does not seize this opportunity, and here families with small children and lust will enjoy some priority. - Do you already know a specific example when a parent does not want to woo their child because he / she is unable to pay the retribution? - We have no data yet. We know there will be settlements where they ask for a fixed amount, a higher retirement fee, but this will only be effective from September, and its effect will be revealed at the end of the year or at the beginning of the coming year. For the time being, it seems certain that the majority of local governments are very cautious about this issue. In our opinion, normative support should be provided to the state after all children admitted to prison, as in kindergartens (at present, only daily children receive money from the municipal government), so that small children have to work. - The law came into effect on January 1, can the care fee be retrospectively collected? - No. - Many people complain that the law is discriminatory, since there is no payment in the kindergarten. Do you agree? - Yes, it also complicates the fact that even in kindergarten-ward institutions under the Public Education Act, there is no need to pay even for children in the worship age. - In the long term, can this regulation influence the chances of women returning to work? - Definitely, wrong. Today, it is very difficult to reintegrate if you are three or more years out of work. This negative effect on the economy is also a pity, as it is generally inappropriate for active young people of working age to be unable to participate in production because they are on the easy way. Women's organizations have been lobbying for flexible return with appropriate childcare facilities in the backdrop for a while, as a mother can do her job well if she can rest assured that her child is in the right place. Women should have the freedom to decide if they want to stay at home with their child, but if they go back to work, there is a good alternative.

Official answer

The competent Department of the Ministry of National Resources was contacted for this request. Below is an edited version of the answers we received for our requests. The new rules on the valuation rate came into effect in January 2012. The maintainer must determine by April 1 what the cost of service is, and on that basis the amount of the institutional fee. Until April 1, maintainers can decide whether or not to introduce a caregiver in their ward. The personal salary fee payable to the parent in conjunction with the meal must not exceed 25 percent of the net per capita income of the family. The government expects the new regulations to be more transparent and fairer. From now on, it will be possible to prevent institutions from requesting financial support from parents on different legal bases. The measure will reduce the burden on those who are hungry, and we hope that the maintenance fee for maintaining it will encourage more new places to be created, and therefore more people will be able to return to work. The government intends to encourage mothers to participate in a larger labor market. The government is committed to expanding and improving wanderings and family suns. The call for proposals announced under the New Szechenyi Plan will continue to fund around 8.5 billion forints until 2013.