Criterion that is located inside that municipalities that have low utdanningsgrad to provide a reduction in subsidies to kindergartens is completely pointless, ” says the member of parliament for SV, Mona Fagerås.
NRK have previously written, leading thus low utdanningsgrad in the municipalities to reduced grants for kindergartens.
the Government believes that the municipalities do not have the same great need for barnehageplasser when the education level is low.
But now want the government to put down a range to see if including this fordelingsnøkkelen is right.
Kommunalminister Nikolai Astrup (H).
Photo: Lokman Ghorbani / NRK
– the Number of children is the most important thing when it comes to compensate municipalities for the costs of the kindergartens. But we have seen that utdanningsgraden in the municipalities has had an impact on the demand for kindergarten, ” says kommunalminister Nikolai Astrup.
– But now this is a good opportunity to see if it still is so, or whether this is a point that has weakened over time, ” he continues.
It pleases enough member of parliament and the Right-hand man Jonny Finstad. He has previously called the subsidy for barnehageplasser direct “distriktsfiendtlig”, and believes it is an injustice that can’t get the stand.
Loser of the scheme
number of municipalities have over the years complained on this scheme which has led to industry and fiskerikommuner have lost several million. While municipalities with citizens who have high education earns on the scheme.
An example is owned by vestvågøy municipality in Lofoten, which is due to low levels of education, being pulled over, about three million in from government subsidies from the state.
Mona Fagerås in SV.
Photo: Bjorn IS the atlantic Puffin
I think that the case is from the Norwegian fishing village has attracted attention, and that we are finally going to be heard. It is not only municipalities, with the primary industries that lose out on this, but also manufacturing municipalities such, ” says Mona Fagerås in SV.
She is happy that the government now sets down a public range to go through inntektssystemet for the municipalities.
– We are concerned that we have a inntektssystem as best as possible reflects the real world out there, ” says kommunalminister Astrup to NRK.
Many different municipalities.
Inntektssystemet today consists of several different elements, including a number of criteria which the equivalent of approximately nok to the municipalities are distributed in the.
If all of the municipalities in Norway should be able to give all citizens an equal offering of services, it is crucial that the criteria in inntektssystemet is accurate and paints a realistic picture of the municipalities ‘needs,” says Astrup.
Norwegian municipalities have different geography, alderssammensetning and level of education. Some municipalities have many school-age children, others have many elderly who need care services.
Some municipalities feature short distances, others have long reiseveier. It allows that services do not cost the same in all municipalities.
– It’s been a while since inntektssystemet have been reviewed. We know that befolkningssammensetning, settlement patterns, infrastructure, and educational attainment in a municipality can change over time. In order to capture these changes, it is important to look at the inntektssystemet for the municipalities periodically, ” says Astrup.
the Municipalities must give the input
Mona Fagerås says it is important that the municipalities are now going on the pitch and give their input to what is unfair.
– the Municipalities must send the input to the review. Among other things, we see that the municipalities that have resurskrevende users get very straitened circumstances in the inntektssystemet we have today. It should also be done something with, say Fagerås.