Spain -Health workers ask minister to resign -October 07, 2014

In the slipstream of the detection of an Ebola infection and with reference to the deteriorating working conditions health care workers in Madrid have organised a protest. They are angry because many hospitals have experienced cuts in budgets, staff, units and equipment.

In the slipstream of the detection of an Ebola infection and with reference to the deteriorating working conditions health care workers in Madrid have organised a protest. They are angry because many hospitals have experienced cuts in budgets, staff, units and equipment. Workers are confident they are doing their jobs properly albeit with limited resources, however they are calling on the resignation of those responsible for the cuts, including the health minister.

English: http://elpais.com/elpais/2014/10/07/inenglish ...   

 

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