It was an historic milestone for the whole kingdom when the labour movement succeeded in pushing to establish the Social Security Fund 22 years ago.
Back then, only government officials were entitled to receive health and other welfare benefits while the social security system for the general public was nearly non-existent. Employees in the private sector then felt fortunate to get welfare protection under the Social Security Fund.
Not any longer.
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