Since 2016, when he was a deputy, Jair Bolsonaro, the president-elect of Brazil, has had the Mas Medicos program at the center of his ultra-rightist speech, denouncing the training of Cuban medical personnel and describing them as modern slaves and he also called them cobras, mercenaries and agents.
Bolsonaro and his counterparts in Miami repeat his speech of insidiousness again and again and try to reverse the faults of the death blow that they have given to medical care of a significant part of the Brazilian people.
Does Cuba take away the salary of doctors in Brazil?
- MINSAP pays in Cuba 100% of employees’ salaries to the Cuban doctors. Although they are not in Cuba, they preserve their places and all the labor and social guarantees of which they are creditors as workers of the national health system, and the protection and care necessary for their families.
- Cuba Doctors in Brazil do not receive salaries, because they are not employees of the Brazilian health system, but scholarship holders who provide services specializing in primary services , which is allowed by the Federal Law of the Mas Medicos Program.
The Brazilian government does not pay salaries to the Pan American Health
- Brazilian Gov. do not pay to the Pan American Health Organization but pays for the services that the organization has contracted to the Ministry of Public Health in Cuba.
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