The left would do business out of solidarity and equal health
The poor would not receive adequate care, the rich would pay more
Everyone is subject to a uniform 7% health insurance contribution, which means that an assistant living on a gross minimum wage of HUF 200,000 contributes HUF 14,000 each month to the operation of healthcare, while a project manager earning HUF 1,000,000 gross contributes HUF 70,000.
This is the difference between the two of them.
The similarity, however, is that because they are the same people, they receive the same care in the hospital, they get the vaccine in the same way, they can go to the GP, the dentist, any specialist in the same way. None of them are on the waiting list over the other. Their children receive the same service from a pediatrician. When they retire, they receive the same benefits regardless of the amount of their pension.
Hungarian healthcare treats its patients equally, everyone receives the same service. At the same time, those who earn better contribute more to the operation, those who earn less contribute less, so Hungarian health care is also in solidarity. If someone pays less contributions than they manage, they won’t receive an invoice for the difference.
Péter Márki-Zay would do business from healthcare just like his comrades and his boss, Ferenc Gyurcsány. In Hungarian, this means that due to market-based operation, the richer would have an advantage over the poorer, so health care would lose its equal and solidarity character. For the richer, girls in grass skirts could serve mojitos according to MZP. But what about the poorer ones?
The left is voicing solidarity on the road, it is failing in its plans to show solidarity. In fact, because they are no longer left-wingers, but globalists. They would only show solidarity with those who envision a world without national and classical European values, that is, with liberals who have lost their identities and who have come to take advantage of the social welfare system.