Seville (EFE).- The general secretary of the PSOE-A, Juan Espadas, highlighted this Saturday the commitment of his party to work “for decent working conditions and a salary in accordance with their profession” for the toilets and has proposed contracts for at least one year for all those who finish their residency in Andalusian public hospitals.
On the day that the Specialized Health Training exams were carried out, Espadas indicated that the public health system, both in Spain and in Andalusia, “needs” these young people.
Espadas has shown his confidence that once they take these tests and have their places “they can have an employment contract that, at least, guarantees them this first year after this test and gives them job stability.”
Support for health workers
The general secretary of the Andalusian socialists wanted to convey all his support “and a clear message that we need them” to the applicants for these tests this morning.
The PSOE of Andalusia, which has presented a Rescue Plan for Primary Care for Citizens and Professionals, also proposes as one of the measures for the improvement of Andalusian public health that contracts of at least one year must be offered to all the MIR and EIR who finish their residency so that they do not go to work in other territories. EFE
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