Their plan for the public sector pay reform includes several steps, the first of which will be addressing lowest earners and eliminating pay disparities in the system, only to proceed to finding a common ground to harmonize wages, pensions and social transfers. Prime minister Robert Golob said the government plans to introduce a 1:7 ratio between the lowest and highest pay. He added that it is unforgivable that we have pay brackets that are below the minimum wage.
Concerning the housing policy, the coalition will aim to establish a sustainable system, which would ensure the construction of 3,000 public housing units per year. It plans to do so by the end of its mandate.