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Oikonomou: Extension of Maternity Allowance from 6 Months to 9 in Private Sector

September 15, 2022

ATHENS – Government spokesperson Yiannis Oikonomou, in a post on Twitter on Thursday, underlined the extension of maternity allowance from six months to nine months in the private sector.

The measure aims to support families and equalise the private and public sector and can – as noted by Oikonomou – be applied to the father as well.

“With a plan, the maternity allowance is extended in the private sector from six months to nine. The measure can also be applied to the father and aims to support the family and equalise the public and private sectors,” he said.

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