• It means that Andalusians can access, under equal conditions with the rest of Spaniards, a catalog of 10.000 medicines instead of the current 400
• Beatriz Jurado: "It is another commitment fulfilled by Juanma Moreno"
• Supports that the Governing Council of the Junta approve a shock plan to find out the real figures of the waiting lists "made up" by the former PSOE executive
The Andalusian Popular Party has celebrated the decision of the Government of Juanma Moreno to end the auction of medicines imposed by the previous socialist executive because "it has been detrimental to Andalusians and a reduction in the freedom of medical professionals."
The spokesperson for Health of the Popular Group in Parliament has assured that, thanks to this decision, Andalusians will now be able to access, on equal terms with the rest of Spaniards, a catalog of 10.000 medicines instead of the current 400.
Jurado has also explained that "doctors will be able to better prescribe what is best for patients", since until now "they could not prescribe according to their medical criteria but within a list imposed by a political party such as the PSOE".
"The PSOE used the health of the Andalusians with the sole objective of confronting the national government of the Popular Party" when it opted for an auction of medicines unlike the rest of the country. And for this reason, he supports that for the new Andalusian Executive "health is a priority."
“Make-up” waiting lists
Jurado has also celebrated that the Governing Council of the Junta de Andalucía implements a shock plan related to the waiting lists because these lists were "made up" by the PSOE and now "the real figures will be known."
"We are going to uncover a new fraud of the Junta de Andalucía with the previous government of the PSOE", has determined the popular.