Lawmaker Chan Meng Kam urged the Health Bureau to put forward a bill covering medical malpractice, claiming a decade of ground-breaking work is enough. In a written enquiry sent to the government yesterday, Chan criticised the government for keeping the bill on hold for almost 10 years and “still using time as an excuse” – Macau Daily Times.
Medical malpractice bill: time and time again
I am honoured to have to opportunity to take part in the International Conference ‘The Role of the European Parliament in the Conclusion and Implementation…
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