- In the face of complaints from the opposition parties, federal deputies from Morena agreed to “certify” the Cuban medical specialists who will come to Mexico.
- Deputy Emmanuel Reyes Carmona also clarified that the proposal does not mean that the preparation of Cuban doctors is questioned.
- Regarding the alleged salary of 140 thousand pesos for each specialist from that country, the Morena deputy said that “it is bad information.”
Faced with complaints from the opposition parties, federal deputies from Morena accepted that “be certified” to the Cuban medical specialists who will come to Mexico, in support of medical care in remote and marginalized areas of the country.
“We are going to review the form of power propose to the Ministry of Health that doctors do undergo strict certification, so that they can work in a calm manner and also without any indication, that they can carry out their profession,” informed Emmanuel Reyes Carmona, president of the Health Commission of the Chamber of Deputies.
In an interview at the Legislative Palace, he assured that “Cuban doctors are certified in their country, but the idea is that in Mexico may be subject to evaluation” also.
The deputy also clarified that the proposal does not mean that the preparation of Cuban doctors is questioned.
“On the contrary, they are recognized, but they also have to be submitted to the authorities of the Government of Mexico, so that their knowledge can be used in the best way,” he explained.
DENY PAYMENT OF 140 THOUSAND PESOS
As soon as to the supposed salary of 140 thousand pesos For each specialist from that country, the deputy from Morena said that “it is bad information, because there is nothing concrete, there is nothing official about it yet.”
In addition, he confirmed that this Tuesday the federal government will announce the call addressed to Mexican specialists to fill the vacancies available in the country, which represents “a great area of opportunity” for all those who are waiting for a vacancy in our country.
About the agreement between Cuba and Mexico
In a statement issued by the Health Secretarythe Mexican government explained that the agreement includes the training of specialists, research, as well as the exchange of vaccines and medicines.
The countries, through their respective ministries of health, may send specialists to provide their services in prevention, public health, care and telementoring in health units or institutions, in addition to proposing and making available annual spaces for the training of medical specialists.
Regarding the item of medicines and vaccines, the document states that both countries will be able to acquire medicines, vaccines and all kinds of medical equipment manufacturedwhile for scientific research, both countries will set up a technical-regulatory committee to develop joint actions.
Regarding scientific research, he says that the two nations will set up a technical-regulatory committee to develop joint actions.
Care for diabetic patients
Among the areas that are in the project, the viability to develop a comprehensive care program for diabetic patients, whose specifications, if applicable, will be detailed in the corresponding specific cooperation project.
The agreement entered into force from the date of its signing and is valid for two years, said the Ministry of Health; Nevertheless, modifications can be made by mutual consent and may be terminated at any time by giving ninety days prior written notice.
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