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old-age pensions, unemployment benefits, coup, auspices, National Health Service

Social welfare legislation was first enacted in the 1920s, and by the early 1970s the country’s welfare program ranked as one of the most extensive in the world. After the 1973 coup, much of the welfare structure was cut back. Many people receive medical care under the auspices of the National Health Service. Workers may be insured to receive old-age pensions, unemployment benefits, disability expenses, and other benefits.



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