Senator Castro (PS) and the request in the TC for the brief Isapress law: “Nobody is looking for bankruptcy”

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 Senator Castro (PS) and the request in the TC for the brief Isapress law:

This Friday, some senators from the ruling party submitted a request to the Constitutional Court (TC) to enforce the abbreviated Isapress law, which they allege is unconstitutional.

Faced with this situation, we talked to him in Could This Be Another Thing Socialist Party Senator Juan Luis Castro who commented that the objective is “not to allow, not to allow that the Constitution of the Republic be violated when sensitive matters such as people’s pension contributions, in this case health, which is 7%, are adulterated” Destination.”

In that sense, he pointed out that based on the amendment of a group of opposition MPs, “the amount and destination conditions of these contributions will change. But, above all, when it comes to social security criteria, seizing the power that only the President of the Republic has.

Also, he alleged that the quorum was changed so “a rule that violates the Constitution gets approved by a majority of 23 to 20.”

On the other hand, he commented that this is “different from saying whether I like reciprocity or not, which is a fundamental issue, which has implications or implications.” I have no doubt that this is in Isapress’s favor.

Furthermore, he stated that “the Government will probably take some course (…) I have no doubt what the Government action will be.”

On the other hand, he expressed that “This is a law that amounts to 1,140 million dollars of the amount owed to the people by Isapress. If nothing is done about the standard the Senate voted on, this amount could be reduced to $451 million.

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He said, “It will, therefore, prove detrimental to the members, who will keenly observe that a law, instead of enforcing a sentence, will blur or annul a sentence.”

Regarding the possibility that this requirement against the short Ispres law will not be approved, Senator Castro explained that “In the Chamber’s process, we have to see what the Chamber thinks (…) At the end of the process, it An appeal can be made again to the Constitutional Court.

Regarding the insurers’ argument that, if mutualization was not implemented, they would disappear, the Socialist MP said that “we have been hearing this for more than a year.”

“If someone asks ‘Has Isapress gone bankrupt?’ No Isapre has gone bankrupt. In fact, they have numbers that start with red and the year 2023 ends with less red numbers (…) New numbers are being created in the Isapre industry.

In the same way, Juan Luis Castro commented that “No one is thinking of making anyone disappear from the system, everyone is essential, public and private world (…) No one is looking for the bankruptcy of the system. Is.”

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This Friday, some senators from the ruling party submitted a request to the Constitutional Court (TC) to enforce the abbreviated Isapress law, which they allege is unconstitutional.

Faced with this situation, we talked to him in Could This Be Another Thing Socialist Party Senator Juan Luis Castrowho commented that the objective is “not to allow, not to allow that the Constitution of the Republic be violated when sensitive matters such as people’s pension contributions, in this case health, which is 7%, are adulterated” Destination.”

In that sense, he pointed out that based on the amendment of a group of opposition MPs, “the amount and destination conditions of these contributions will change. But, above all, when it comes to social security criteria, seizing the power that only the President of the Republic has.

Also, he alleged that the quorum was changed so “a rule that violates the Constitution gets approved by a majority of 23 to 20.”

On the other hand, he commented that this is “different from saying whether I like reciprocity or not, which is a fundamental issue, which has implications or implications.” I have no doubt that this is in Isapress’s favor.

Furthermore, he stated that “the Government will probably take some course (…) I have no doubt what the Government action will be.”

On the other hand, he expressed that “This is a law that amounts to 1,140 million dollars of the amount owed to the people by Isapress. If nothing is done about the standard the Senate voted on, this amount could be reduced to $451 million.

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He said, “It will, therefore, prove detrimental to the members, who will keenly observe that a law, instead of enforcing a sentence, will blur or annul a sentence.”

Regarding the possibility that this requirement against the short Ispres law will not be approved, Senator Castro explained that “In the Chamber’s process, we have to see what the Chamber thinks (…) At the end of the process, it An appeal can be made again to the Constitutional Court.

Regarding the insurers’ argument that, if mutualization was not implemented, they would disappear, the Socialist MP said that “we have been hearing this for more than a year.”

“If someone asks ‘Has Isapress gone bankrupt?’ No Isapre has gone bankrupt. In fact, they have numbers that start with red and the year 2023 ends with less red numbers (…) New numbers are being created in the Isapre industry.

In the same way, Juan Luis Castro commented that “No one is thinking of making anyone disappear from the system, everyone is essential, public and private world (…) No one is looking for the bankruptcy of the system. Is.”

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