Monday, October 2, 2023

Administrative freedom will allow the Inca greater flexibility in purchasing medicines

The Minister of Health, María Teresa Barán, referred to the criminal legacy left in the health system by the government of the former President of the Republic Mario Abdo Benítez. The state official focused on the conflicts of the National Cancer Institute (Inca), whose building structure was without maintenance for a year.

“We have no choice but to believe that there are very malicious people who want this government to fail in terms of what Inca is and everything that constitutes the administration at the national level,” the foreign minister explained.

Behind the main interest of Mario Abdo Benítez’s government in asphalt construction, which reached just over 4,000 kilometers of road surfaces, lies another that was very popular: the interest of his company, which sells asphalt to government contractors. Thus, the increase in profits recorded by the asphalt dealer during his presidency was enormous compared to the annual net profits recorded when Abdo assumed his duties in elective positions, for example during his term as Senator of the Republic.

Documents provided by the Ministry of Economy and Finance show that the net profit of Aldia SA, an asphalt company in which Abdo Benítez has an 87.50% stake, reached 6,110% during his term as president. This compares to the profit the company made through the first year of its term (2014).

Although the calendar shows that winter is still underway, a high temperature of 37°C is forecast for today. A hot day is expected this Monday, with mostly cloudy skies and moderate winds from the north, then from the south. Also scattered rain with occasional thunderstorms.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, a warm to hot environment is expected with mostly cloudy skies, variable southerly winds and rain with occasional thunderstorms. The extreme values ​​are between 20 ºC and 32 ºC. A cool day is expected at dawn on Wednesday, then hot in the afternoon, with southerly winds, shifting winds and scattered rainfall.

As part of his agenda in New York (USA), where he attended the United Nations General Assembly, President Santiago Peña attended the Concordia event, an organization dedicated to the promotion, promotion and active support of associations. intersectoral to achieve social impact.

“I attended the annual Concordia Summit. This public-private sector leader, this year as part of the United Nations General Assembly, aims to find global market-oriented solutions to today’s greatest challenges. I spoke about the advantages of our country and the enormous potential we have as a nation,” Peña shared on the social network X.

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