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About 200 doctors closed streets of Brasilia on Tuesday

The group protested the vetoes of President Dilma Rousseff to the Medical Act and the hiring of foreign professionals

 
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Doctor pulls coffin symbolizing health during protests against the Physicians in protest against South Avenue W3 More Doctors Program, announced by the federal government Doctors have also called for a veto of the Medical Act
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Doctors have also called for a veto of the Medical Act

A group of about 200 doctors stopped for about an hour, a track via the W3 south, opposite the Hospital Sarah Kubitschek, in the center of the federal capital. The group protested the vetoes of President Dilma Rousseff to Bill 268/2002, called the Medical Act and against hiring foreign professionals without the application of the National Revalidation of Doctors Diplomas issued by Foreign Higher Education Institution (revalidate) .

The demonstration, which took place in parallel to other organized on Tuesday (16) around the country, left the slow traffic. Many drivers, however, to support the medical honking.

The president of the Association of Resident Doctors Brasiliense, Rafael Vinhal, vetoes the Medical Act injure skills restricted. With the vetoes, the Act no good doctor for medical movement, since they were mainly in relation to diagnosis and treatment, management of medical services and prescription orthotics and prosthetics. These types of procedures are acts of private physicians. Vinhal further explained that the approval of the full text only keep the current scenario of health. If the Medical Act was approved in full, nothing would change. Continue all the way as is done today, he said.

The doctor Dimitri Homar, the Regional Council of Medicine of the Federal District (DF-CRM), warned of the entry of foreigners without revalidation. He said the government's move is dangerous. We are doing this by Brazilians. The people is not an animal deserves to be treated by doctors with proven competence, not by doctors who can not perform in Cuba. Doctors are for export.

Homar also criticized the government's move to extend the revalidation for Brazilian students. This is a combination marketers government is political game. Brazilian doctors have already shown their capacity, said.

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