ACUÑA, COAH.- The Municipal Committee of the Institutional Revolutionary Party blamed President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the shortage of medicines in Social Security and ISSSTE.
The President of the PRI in Acuña, Juan Carlos Mendoza Lerma, said he was concerned about the lack of sensitivity of the federal government, the Morena government, it has to be said with all their letters, regarding the lack of medicines and infrastructure.
He criticized the lack of necessary inputs for hospitals, both from the IMSS and the ISSSTE, to be able to fulfill their function 100% and with quality for their beneficiaries.
He said it was unfortunate that the President of Mexico was not doing anything to remedy these shortcomings. and that just leaves them aside without addressing all these types of situations that are getting more expensive every day.
“Every time we see that there is no will on the part of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to be able to change this healthcare system in our country, we must speak out. We, as a party, support all manifestations of the beneficiaries demanding quality service and warmth, with the necessary tools and medicines for their health,” he said.
He regretted that neither the IMSS nor the ISSSTE people can fill their prescription because there are no medicines.
He also criticized that the beneficiaries wait three to four months and now even years for an appointment with a specialist or for an operation and many patients die during this long waiting period.
The chairman ruled out neither a written statement to be sent to the federal government nor a mobilization in Acuña.