Yaira Jiménez Roig, communications director of the Cuban Foreign Ministry, said on Monday (January 26th) that the Cuban government that President Jair Bolsonaro was looking for to address Más Docs is not at all.
In 14, Cuba announced it would leave the program due to Bolsonaro's “threatening; statement. During the campaign, Bolsonaro told Cuban doctors that he would expel medical professionals working in the country based on evidence confirming foreign diplomas (Revalida).
Following the announcement of Cuba, he said the Cuban government, which was elected as president, did not accept the conditions for his stay in Mais Médicos, and considered it a capacity test and a full salary to Cuban professionals.
"I am assuring that no member of the transition team has expressed interest in exchanging ideas about the current co-operation agreement with the Cuban Ministry of Public Health. This will not sustain the program of the president's goal, but eliminate it," said Yaira Jiménez Roig. .
The comment was given during a live broadcast on YouTube, which answered journalists' questions.
According to a spokesman for the Cuban government, Bolsonaro always wanted to put an end to the presence of Cuban doctors in Brazil. He called the deputy chairman's statements on the "derogatory and threatening" program.
. We cannot trust that our doctors will be safe in this uncertain environment with a suspicious government of professionalism that doesn't want to continue this humanitarian program and is full of beautiful life stories, i he criticized.
In his speech, Yaira Jiménez Roig said that Bolsonaro's inin contradictions un of his statements about The Most Physicians had been put to an end because he always ended the program as a surrogate.
"Obviously, the presidents have chosen to end the existence of the Cuban professionals and the program with the selected contradictions," he said.
He proposed a change by Bolsonaro in 2016 to prohibit foreign exchange physicians from "banning for labor, the elimination of the Labor and Social Security Card by the Ministry of Labor and Employment".
In the justification of the amendment, he and his son, Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL-SP), said the intention was "to limit the establishment of permanent ties by dependents of foreign national doctors".
Sağlamak At the moment, the presidential candidate wonders, as a parliamentarian in 2016, that Cuban doctors are worried about the family of the doctors that their relatives can be found in Brazil, suggesting a change to avoid what costs would cost. [do Brasil]"said.
He added that the presence of the Cubans in Brazil came from the PT in 2013, and that the latter was not related to the signing of Michel Temer (MDB), the Minister of Relations. External is Aloysio Nunes (PSDB) & # 39;
"When a Cuban doctor went to an appointment, he never asked which party was Brazil. He said he was not interested in any of the Cuban doctors who belonged to the political authority that governed him."
A spokesman for the Cuban government has also criticized Bolsonaro's intention to provide asylum to Cuban doctors.
According to Yaira Jiménez Roig, the presidents are demanding a talent test for Cuban health professionals who want to stay in Más Doctors and on the other hand promises to give "automatic political asylum" to all those who are asked.
"This behavior is very serious and very worrying for our authorities and doctors. […] Bolsonaro demands a test from our doctors to continue the study. And for the political show, they offer them a blank, insignificant control that they are qualified doctors, "said the director of Communications at the Foreign Ministry of Cuba.
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