The governor of the Lambayeque region, Anselmo Lozano Centurión, claimed he did not have enough money for it improve hospital conditions and pay staff for location services.
The latter point was put on the table these days, when Defensoría informed that it would ask the regional governor to take action in 15 days regarding the poor conditions of the Lambayeque Regional Hospital (HRL) and the teaching hospital of Las Mercedes, regarding the service of its surgical rooms.
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However, regional managers would be a binding issue as there would be no uniformity in the salaries of officials, as is the case with General Manager Mari Castro Grosso.
"(In healthcare) the problem is economic. We don't have the money to pay staff hired by location, because if you get paid right on the payroll, we would stop serving thousands of people attending the health center, "he said.
Before stressing the economic health situation, Lozano said that official María Castro would file an amparo lawsuit against the decision overturning her compensation for 13,000 soles, which was promoted by the full board.
"Tomorrow (today), (María Castro) is presenting an amparo action. Once a request is received, it will be made. precautionr. But I know it will happen because they have been violated their right to work, "he said.
Faced with the question that if the salary of the said clerk were to remain at 13 thousand soles, the governor said the following: “Obviously what he earned in the previous government. And that was set out in the budget and regulation of the year 2015. Imagine, even if the manager could earn more, up to S / 16 thousand, "he said.
As we have recalled, the salary received by this official was established in past management by regional agreement no. 003-2015, which was canceled by a majority vote of the directors.
"In the previous government, the CEO has cattle S / 13 thousand"And the same is a victory for the current manager," he said.
Castro then called the Council's decision an illegal act.