The government unit holding the reins of the Diputación de València broke down in yesterday’s plenary session when it was time to vote on a motion filed by La Val en Unix, to demand that the health ministry reconsider the decision to close the interior during the summer. Do. Medicine Plant of Ontinyent Hospital. Compromis surprisingly distanced itself from the PSPV and supported the claim of an independent party led by mayor and former council chairman Jorge Rodriguez. With the support of the PP and Ciudadanos, the votes of the Valencian Coalition were crucial for the proposal to prosper.
The provincial corporation agreed not only to urge health to reconsider the controversial measure implemented from 1 July – including transferring internal medicine admissions to Xàtiva Hospital – but also to call on the ministry to restore dialysis services and dermatology. Requirements that have recently closed. Provided in the health center of the capital of Val d’Albaida.
Vote only against PSPV
The PSPV, a majority formation that presides over the council, defended its rejection of a resolution that alone affected the health policy of this party and the disagreement that existed in the Val d’Albeida with the “reductions” adopted in “harm”. and expresses discomfort. A public health” whose quality assures that it is diminished. This is the socialists’ first vote in the government.
La Val Anse Unix’s sole deputy, Joan Sanchis, called for a mass demonstration that a few weeks earlier the decision to request fair treatment from inland regions had been widely rejected by the Ontario. “We don’t want to be more than anyone, but we also don’t want to be less, and we tell the residents of La Vale what we want,” Sanchis said. first. Even the councilor of Territorio de Ontíniente warned of a “collapse” of Luis Alcany’s emergency service and confirmed that the measure has already displaced 25 people from one hospital to another.
PSPV spokeswoman, Pilar Sarion, brought that figure down to 10 eligible patients and recalled the difficulty in finding specialists when explaining the grouping of services at Xàtiva. “We cannot applaud the doctors and then say that they cannot go on leave. We can’t bind doctors and force them to do coverage or overtime in the emergency room when they don’t want to go. If you have a solution from the health sector and from the ministry, they would greatly appreciate it,” Sarion replied to Sanchis.
In his turn to respond, the latter criticized Health’s “lack of planning”. A criticism in which the deputy of the Val d’Albeida Carolina Menguel (Popular Party) also agreed, which passed the decision to “aggression” in the inland areas.