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Panelists Believe Health Care Threatened by Privatisation

Ljubljana, 16 April - Panelists at a debate on the present and future of health care in Slovenia said on Monday that privatisation and commercialisation was threatening health care in Slovenia, a claim that Health Minister Andrej Brucan rejected.

Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom conference and arts centre.
A debate on the present and future of Slovenian health care, organised by Forum 21, headed by Former President Milan Kucan. Kucan (left) is in talks with Forum 21 member Franc Hocevar.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom conference and arts centre.
A debate on the present and future of Slovenian health care, organised by Forum 21, headed by Former President Milan Kucan.
Health Minister Andrej Brucan (left) and Forum 21 member Marko Bitenc (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom conference and arts centre.
A debate on the present and future of Slovenian health care, organised by Forum 21, headed by Former President Milan Kucan (left). Kucan is joined by Forum 21 members Franc Hocevar (centre) and Rajko Pirnat (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom conference and arts centre.
A debate on the present and future of Slovenian health care, organised by Forum 21, headed by Former President Milan Kucan (second from left).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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