Thursday, December 01, 2022

FEDUN joins Christina Kirchner and criticizes the rise in prepaid medicine:

FEDUN joins Christina Kirchner and criticizes the rise in prepaid medicine:

The university’s academic union criticized that the parity rate is below inflation, while no limit has been placed on such growth.

From university teachers union (FEDUN) expressed its “strong disapproval” for the new increase in private drug costs, which will close at the end of the year with an expected increase of 114 percent. In this way, the leadership guild Daniel Ricci joined the words of the Vice President Christina Fernandez de KirchnerThe one who once confirmed the increase described it as “unacceptable”.

“It is unacceptable that the growth in the joint dialogue of workers in general and teaching workers of national public universities in particular is behind inflation, that focused groups of the economy—including private pharmaceutical companies—have exceeded inflation and has no limit.” is on the increase in their profit margins,” he said. fedun via a press release.

In addition, from fedun He argued that “it is not an increase in wages that generates inflation, but an increase in the prices of services and consumer goods offered by companies, moreover, health is a human right and not a commodity that is highlighted every moment.” goes “.


This week, superintendent of health services (SSS) approved an increase of 13.8 percent in December, meaning the accumulated value of private health reaches 113.8 percent at the end of the year.

The December hike in prepaid medicine will be added to the rest authorized by the government during the year: 9 percent in January, 6 percent in March, 6 percent in April, 8 percent in May, 10 percent in June, 4 percent in July, 11.34 percent in August and 11.53 percent in October.

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This generated questions from the Vice President and after fedun, “We categorically decline in favor of price makers for the detriment of workers. These actions clearly go against the objectives and promises made by this government to increase working power in distribution of funds in the benefits of work areas”, he added from the University Education Association.

inflation number

Meanwhile, amid the discussion, which was fueled by the discomfort created in unions by the lack of funding for social work in the 2023 budget, some alarming numbers were known about the prepaid hike.

According to Association to protect users and consumers (DEUCO), fees for prepaid medical plans increased by 3,544 percent between 2012 and 2022, much higher than the inflation recorded in that period.

«If we add ten years, prepaid medicine adds up more than ever Indian Penal Code: IPC grew by 2,467 percent between 2012 and 2022 and prepaid grew by 3,544 percent in that period,” said the chairman deuco, Pedro BusettiIn journalistic statements.

Despite the higher salary, the salary falls short compared to the cost of the basic food basket.

According to a report prepared by the association, prepaid medicine grew by 247.58 percent between 2020 and 2022; Between 2016 and 2019, during the government of Mauritius Macroi, cost increased by 329.52 percent; And between 2012 and 2015 the value of the quota increased by 144.14 percent.

«During 2020, there was no increase of relevance in prepaid medicine; There was an increase of only 10 per cent authorized at the end of the year and subsequently and till date, the increase is practically monthly and far exceeds the index of inflation accumulated over the period December 2020-December 2022, even in the IPC even with growth projections of 100 percent for the current year”, indicated deuco,

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