OPINION: Victims of poisoning and bureaucracy

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The survivors of the massive poisoning with diethylene glycol and the relatives of those who died because of this poisoning still face bureaucratic barriers that seem insurmountable. After this accumulation of injustice, the Administration Attorney General has formally informed the Minister of Health, the Director General of the Social Security Fund, and the Minister of Economy and Finance, that the failure of the State for these Panamanians should be corrected. In recent weeks, criminal justice has shown its weakness and the weakness over those accused of massive poisoning. It is, however, in terms of the services of health, therapies, periodic examinations and compensation, that the Government agencies have failed the responsibility of fulfilling their tasks. Here is the most important lesson of irresponsibility in the management of public services: the
consequences are paid by innocent people. There is no right for so much indifference. Enough already! …LA PRENSA, Feb. 13.

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