Isabel Díaz Ayuso, Más Madrid’s candidate for Presidency of the Community of Madrid, Mónica García, and PSOE’s candidate for Presidency of the Community of Madrid, Juan Lobato, on arrival for the debate with the five candidates – Alberto Ortega – Europa Press
Last minute election debate between Madrid candidates
The left-wing candidates for the Presidency of the Community of Madrid (Más Madrid, PSOE and Podemos) have rebuked the President of the Community of Madrid and the PP candidate for re-election, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, for “privatizing” health. Vox has called for doctors to be paid more and Ayuso has defended their management, while also accusing them of boycotting it from within.
To speak in the bloc of health, education and social policies in the telemadrid debate, both the leader of Más Madrid and the PSOE have criticized the fact that 38% to 40% of Madrid’s residents have had to take out private insurance because health has failed. Is.
Más Madrid’s candidate, Mónica García, has criticized that Ayuso has “disrespected doctors and health professionals”, closing emergency centers and “opening them with broken equipment”, outside a hospital without a doctor Pointing to the new model.
“That leaves his government in a bad place, but I have seen millions of people take to the streets to shout for public health. This May 28 we will fight for health or its pride, health or if I may hate, Playing health or AYUSH”, he launched the anaesthesiologist.
For his part, Lobato expressed regret that it is the “richest” community in Spain with “great potential”, it cannot be “the last in Spain in terms of investment in health” and regrets that Europe’s leaders Having the potential to become “for the worse”.
Similarly, he lamented that they have “nearly a million waiting lists” and a “decrease in public health centres”, forcing people to pay for private health care.
Along these lines, it is also emphasized by the Podemos candidate, Alejandra Jacinto, who indicated that the community “has enough resources to have free glasses, a dentist and a psychologist” and also “to be able to have a public residence”. Ayuso behaves “like an advertisement for Chiron and hasn’t even hired a doctor”, she reprimands him.
Similarly, it has bemoaned her that there are “almost a million waiting lists” and “a collapse in public health centres”, which has resulted in people paying for private health care.
On Vox’s behalf, he has reminded the head of the executive that the community has enough resources to hire more professionals and asked him to allocate more money to doctors instead of investing in other issues.
In view of this, the regional president has stressed that the community has taken heart from the health management, which has given it the distinction of having “the highest life expectancy in the world” and “two months less to operate than a region on the left”. Is allowed. , said an average delay of 50 days for operations, compared to an average of 122 in Spain. Ayuso has indicated, “There is no known case of a person from Madrid, who needs an operation or has something important in his health, goes to be operated on for free in another autonomous community.”
However, after recalling the massive street demonstrations in recent months in defense of public, universal and quality health, the Working President has once again stressed on the politicization of processions. “Certainly, in health, that cannot be allowed that the leftists repeatedly try to boycott it,” said Ayuso, who accused the leftists of living “in public with banners” so that it Don’t work”.
Similarly, both the Más Madrid candidate and Podemos have stressed the need for greater attention to mental health. Thus, Alejandra Jacinto stresses the need for a large number of psychologists. “The Community of Madrid has 295 public psychologists compared to 12,000 private psychologists for a total population of almost 7 million inhabitants. I repeat, 295 public psychologists,” he claimed.
In this sense, he has insisted that “mental health cannot be an orphan” or search on Google “which is the cheapest psychologist, with an average of 70 euros for a consultation to be treated.”
In this line, the regional chairman emphasizes the need to address mental health in young people, “protecting childhood and encouraging a young person and is not alone”.
“I want young people with the future and for this we have to avoid mobile phone abuse, inappropriate content, violence, pornography, which favor bulimia, even harassment. We want to support them, it will help mental Illness, loneliness are further encouraged.” The use of drugs with which leftists always trivialize. Drugs destroy lives, end important projects, we can’t let it grow”, he defended.
For Lobato, for his part, the community of Madrid has left thousands of young people without the educational opportunity they deserved for FP places and blames them for being the region that produces “half of the country’s early dropouts”. “The group is In line, he has proposed education of the highest quality, individual attention, genuine scholarship and rehabilitation of academic buildings with psychologists and nurses, which “should be cathedrals”.
The Vaux candidate has defended educational freedom and framed within that freedom that schools “compete in excellence” and that “the government and ideology of the day” do not condition parents’ choices.
Unidas Podemos candidate Alejandra Jacinto has criticized that Isabel Díaz Ayuso, instead of “respecting freedom” at the educational level, “forces many families to choose between the private, subsidized or open sector.”
“The families of Valdebebas know it, the families of Ensanche de Vallecas … Today they do not have public institutions and public centers, despite the fact that they would be their first choice”, he revealed, as well as An estimated 55 public educational centers are needed across the region.