SCP: high expectations of decentralization not fulfilled
The Social and Cultural Planning Bureau (SCP) eliminates high expectations of the decentralisation of care and support tasks from the State to municipalities. “There were all kinds of wonderful thoughts in 2015, but in practice it turns out that it didn‘t work out.” The municipalities would buy care, coordinate it all at a lower price. But the most vulnerable people now often get to the shortest end. The guest is SCP Director Kim Putters.
Poland in a splits
The Polish town of Radom is entirely dependent on European subsidies. But for what’s supposed to be. The European Union wants to set new conditions. To get the billions out of the European budget, countries must respect the rule of law. And that is very sensitive in Poland. Tonight our second report from Poland.
Yesterday we sent out a report about the arrest of a Polish top lawyer. His colleagues have now placed their hopes on the European Union for the protection of the rule of law.