The government of Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman leads Ukraine to disaster.
This was announced by the people’s Deputy and Chairman of the parliamentary Committee on health Olga Bogomolets on the page in social network Facebook.
“Today I together with the trade unions picketed the Cabinet of Ministers in the framework of the Ukrainian protests, which gathered thousands of doctors, teachers, miners, metallurgists, Chernobyl veterans and Afghans. Workers came to remind the authorities that the Maidan stood for justice, but the fruits of the revolution took advantage of unworthy people, and justice in the state was much less,” – said the MP.
According to her, the participants of the rally in a critical situation in the country has accused the Cabinet and personally Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman.
“The government is leading Ukraine to catastrophe – it was the unanimous opinion of the participants of the protests. In particular, in medicine because of the meager salaries and debt, and egalitarianism in remuneration in recent years the country has left tens of thousands of physicians. Together with the departure of the best physicians in the area are increasing, staff shortages and deteriorating quality of health care. And it involves the deterioration of health, increased morbidity, increased mortality and, as a consequence, the rapid extinction of the nation”, – said the MP.
The politician noted that the issue of health Ukrainska extremely relevant.
“This is a matter of national security, but the government is not engaged in strategic problems, the main thing for him is to save as much money as possible at the expense of ordinary workers today, and what will happen – nothing to do with him. To stop the collapse of the health system health workers required in the next budget at least 5% of GDP on health care, maintain patient medical ambulance, to repay debt and provide a salary in 2019 at the level of 250% of the average for Ukraine”, – quoted requirements of doctors, Chairwoman of the relevant Committee.
In addition, the trade unions have requirements to provide medical allowances for years of service, job category and duration of continuous operation.
“Now the trade Union movement in Ukraine is gaining momentum and remains one of the few levers of pressure on the government to force her to make decisions in the interests of ordinary people and to restore social justice. So today I am on their side, with them, among them,” – concluded the MP.