The Swedish Competition Authority finds a breach of the proportionality principle in relation to the exclusion of suppliers who use more qualified nursing personnel than the minimum imposed in the tender specifications (Systrarna Odh)

Best country to grow old The UN ranked Sweden in a recent study as best country in the world for treatment of elderly. The Swedish public procurement markets for care services have been opened to competition via the system of public procurement and more recently via a system based on freedom of choice. The guiding legal principles for this area are the equal treatment, non-discrimination, transparency, proportionality and mutual recognition. The current case refers to the procurement of nursing assistance and an alleged violation of the principle of proportionality stipulated by the Law on Freedom of Choice, Act No. 2008:962. The almost undisputed local autonomy may be one of the explanations for the occurrence of discrepancies between the core, the central government and its

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Emanuela Matei, The Swedish Competition Authority finds a breach of the proportionality principle in relation to the exclusion of suppliers who use more qualified nursing personnel than the minimum imposed in the tender specifications (Systrarna Odh), 28 novembre 2013, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 61683

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