Peace, Baja California Suri.- The National Chamber of Commerce (Canaco) from La Paz, Baja California Sur, made a formal written request to the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) To report on the legal, financial and operational justification of 25 thousand Guatemalan citizens For the Mexican health system, which they say will have dire consequences.
In the official letter, the President of Canaco, Juan Carlos Esqueda Hemple, makes reference to the announcement made by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, which literally means: “Mexico and Guatemala, brother peoples. Sembrando Vida program begins in Chimaltenango, new consulate in Petén, 25,000 Guatemalans will contribute to IMSS, greater air and land connectivity between the two countries, Among the main advances of the current bilateral meeting”.
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This is why Esqueda Hampel questioned the decision to add citizens of the neighboring country to the Mexican health system on the southern border, pointing out that they are part of the IMSS in institutional decisions and rights and obligations, especially in times of austerity. accept the. who live, In full compliance with the benefits that they have as employers, as well as associated employees who face deficiencies and deficiencies in day-to-day medical services,
In their brief, the Canaco leader also states that The eligibility will also bear any additional institutional burden for which the doors have been opened., as in this case, the purpose of which is to create a mass affiliation, even the regime in which they will be found is unknown, but within the terms of federal labor law any permanent or temporary worker as such, they shall also have access to, of course, the beneficiaries such as the spouse or the concubine, as well as the ascendant or descendant, as the case may be; Apart from considering future pension, disability, invalidity, severance pay at an advanced age, among other benefits.
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Finally, it requests the Director of IMSS, Jose Luis Ahuja Navarro Report on the legal, financial, operational and strategic rationale that allowed such solidarity with the neighboring countryA fact that represents another factor of uncertainty for the National Institute of Social Security.