'Spiriman' leads the demonstration in Seville against the "bad management" of health

The Justice for Health association, promoted by the doctor from Granada, Jesús Candel, 'Spiriman', has gathered several thousand people in Seville today in a demonstration led by 'Spiriman' against the "bad management" of health and health. "health corruption".

Speaking to journalists at the beginning of the demonstration, which started from the Plaza Nueva in Seville, Jesús Candel has denounced the lack of transparency in Andalusian public health and has lamented that the PP and Citizens government that "presumed" that I was going to end these practices "has not done anything" about it.

In fact, he has assured that the Andalusian government in its year of mandate "has not dismantled any beach bar and the same lack of transparency and control is maintained", even worse because, as with the government of Susana Díaz, now its association Nor can he access the documentation to report alleged cases of irregular contracts in the courts, he explained.

'Spiriman' has disqualified the management of the Counseling team led by Jesús Aguirre, whom he has ironically called "Paco's men for being incompetent, useless people and not knowing how to handle waiting lists or giving them decent treatment the professionals".

"A government that presumed that it was going to treat the professionals with dignity and equate them with the rest of Spain and, nevertheless, we are the worst paid and with the worst contracts," complained the doctor from Granada, who assured that the The situation is now worse than before because it is increasingly "chaotic and money is wasted with crash plans."

He has also attacked the "health corruption" of professionals working in the private sector and that "have encouraged this situation together with politicians", and, in this regard, has expressed concern about the fact that CCOO "promotes" concerts with private health centers.

He has warned that they will continue with the protests, although they have wanted to "shut up" as the emergency department of the Clinical Hospital of Granada, where he works, the only one in Andalusia where the cuts do not come with the same intensity as the rest of the health system, since there are long-term contracts there, while in the remaining hospitals they are several months.


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