The PSdeG candidate for the Presidency of the Xunta, José Ramón Gómez Besteiro, has assured that "getting sick" is a problem in Galicia due to the situation of the health system and has committed to limiting the wait in primary care to 48 hours and guaranteeing decent conditions for health professionals.
The socialist candidate to lead San Caetano participated this Sunday in the demonstration called by the SOS Public Health platform in Santiago de Compostela, where the socialists marched through the streets behind a banner with the party logo and in which it was possible read 'A sanidade Pública: o noso deteiro' --Public healthcare: our right--.
There, in addition to the general secretary of the PSdeG, Valentín González Formoso, we could see the mayor of Vigo, Abel Caballero; to the person in charge of Organization, José Manuel Lage; and at the head of the candidate list for A Coruña, Patricia Iglesias, among other socialists.
"In Galicia we remember when we called the family doctor and the next day they saw us," said Besteiro, who assured that "today with Rueda, the president absent, and with Feijóo's inheritance, the appointment can be delayed up to 15 days ".
Faced with this, he has raised the "commitment" of the socialists to public health and has promised to limit the wait in primary school to 48 hours, open health centers, hire mental health specialists, guarantee pediatricians for all boys and girls. and decent working conditions for health professionals.
Furthermore, asked about the presence of all the left-wing candidates running for the regional elections on February 18 at the demonstration, on a day in which Rueda has accused the opposition of organizing the protest, Besteiro said that the The problem in Galicia is not manifesting, but "getting sick."