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Capriles: situation of hospitals is not a result of capitalism

The opposition leader instructed state Government officials to provide citizens with solutions in health care

Opposition Governor Henrique Capriles during public event (File Photo)
ALICIA DE LA ROSA |  EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday September 12, 2013  03:58 PM
With reference to the amount to work to be done in health care, Venezuelan opposition Governor Henrique Capriles Radonski stressed during a public event the country relies on a lot of talent and resources, but lack of Government. 

During his speech, the opposition leader referred to the cost of drugs and the dramatic conditions public health care institutions are facing. In this regard, the governor instructed state Government officials to provide citizens with solutions in health care.

Capriles seized the opportunity to reject the remarks by Health Minister Isabel Iturria, who after 15 years of revolution in Venezuela, still blames the situation of hospitals to capitalism instead of the current Government.
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