(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
It's August, many are on their way back to work after the holidays – so let me argue about a possible citizen's salary. Citizens' pay – previously proposed by the Liberal Party – can today support the poor and needy, but also those who are outside the wage work itself and who are happy to contribute profitably to society. Not all human activity "pays".
Unfortunately, both the Labor Party, the LO and the Right now appear to be conservative as they put the traditional wage work above all else. In the book Borger Payroll. The idea that changes the game by Ingeborg Eliassen and Sven Egil Omdal [reviewed in MODERN TIMES, October 2018] the authors are somewhat critical of the Conservatives, who prescribe «a strengthened line of work». And the Labor Party's deputy leader Hadia Tajik, who tells Eliassen / Omdal about the importance of doing her duty: "It should not be a burden to go to work at nine in the morning." She is also skeptical of technology, as “it will. . .
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