Pedro Sanchez, President of the Government, announced that the Council of Ministers will vote next Tuesday, July 5, to approve the permanentization of 67,300 toilets. This measure seeks to end "precariousness" in healthcare.
"This Tuesday, the Council of Ministers will approve the largest stabilization of health professionals since the creation of the National Health System. In an interview with El Pais, the president stated that we are going to stabilize 67.300 health professionals from all levels and the entire Administration.
Sanchez said that this announcement is due to the "commitment of Spain to stabilization and the end of job security". He stressed that the effort that was being made is unprecedented in the history and evolution of the National Health System.
He has therefore deemed it "a very important step towards ending precariousness and health, which has been the most affected by job insecurity after the financial crisis, as well as the neoliberal recipe that was raised." He stated that the common criteria were agreed upon with the autonomous communities. They will address the "temporality" that has been present for many decades in the health system.