In reactions to shortages of medicines and the cancellation of social programs promoted by previous governments
Miguel Ángel Toscano, the national advisor of México Libre, an organization led by former PAN members that seek to become a political party, said they “will stop the government” in actions such as the shortage of medicines and the cancellation of social programs promoted by previous governments.
The former head of the Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris) said that the government has allowed the shortage of methotrexate, a secondary component in chemotherapies, “is a crime against humanity” , after parents of children with cancer will accuse that treatment was stopped in the absence of the drug.
Toscano also said that with the money lost in the investment of the New Texcoco International Airport, “the shortage of medicines could have been avoided.”
“The Popular Insurance trust has about 50 billion pesos, 180 billion pesos would have been enough not to leave the most disadvantaged without Popular Insurance and that is, sorry to repeat, a crime against humanity,” he said.
The partisan initiative, promoted by former President Felipe Calderón and former presidential candidate Margarita Zavala, Mexico Libre, held a constitutive assembly in the 12th district, corresponding to the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office, in Mexico City. During the event, 358 affiliates were registered.
There, Felipe Gómez Mont, president of the assembly and district representative before what will be the National Assembly of Free Mexico, said they will seek to serve as a counterweight to Morena in the 2021 elections, and that the candidates for those intermediate elections will be granted ” for merits and not cronies. “
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