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    Bolsonaro is a breath of fresh air in Brasil. His new Médicos pelo Brasil (“Doctors for Brazil”) program will substitute the Mais Medicos” (More Doctors) program, opening 18,000 jobs to Brazilians. The 2,000 Cuban doctor defectors who chose to remain in Brasil, have been granted legal rights by a new decree, which allow them to solicit legal residence, allowing them to find jobs in the private sector. They would eventually be welcome into the new program

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    "Despot and Feared": Chief of Cuban Mission Expelled Doctor Who Then Died in Paris
    "Despot and Feared": Chief of Cuban Mission Expelled Doctor Who Then Died in Paris – Translating Cuba


    Medical staff at the private hospital Center Hospitalier des Spécialités de Nouadhibou, in Mauritania, where the Cuban brigade works.

    14ymedio, Havana, 20 September 2019 — The death of Cuban doctor Juan Manuel Obana Borges, in a bathroom at the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, has put a new internationalist mission under the spotlight, this time the one established in Mauritania. After a strong conflict with the management of the hospital where he worked, Obana was expelled by the brigade chief and sent to France, where he was found dead from an alleged heart attack.

    A nurse, Obana’s colleague from the mission at the Specialties Hospital Center of Nouadhibou, has sent a letter to 14ymedio in which she denounces the terrible working conditions faced by the team of 60 Cuban collaborators and asks to remain anonymous “for obvious reasons.”
    The medical worker says that nurses take 24-hour shifts with just another 24 hours off, which is about 360 hours per month, 168 more than that established in international agreements, and they are not paid overtime.

    Nor are doctors paid overtime, although they work from Monday to Sunday night. None of the collaborators are paid during their vacations and, if they must return to Cuba for some serious unforeseen event, the Government does not contribute to paying for the ticket, which can amount to up to 2,000 euros, approximately two months’ salary.

    Nor are doctors paid overtime, although they work from Monday to Sunday night. None of the collaborators are paid during their vacations and, if they must return to Cuba for some serious unforeseen event, the Government does not contribute to paying for the ticket, which can amount to up to 2,000 euros, approximately two months’ salary.
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    Cuban doctors generate billions in tax revenue by working for the Castroit regime while overseas. One of the regime most profitable business enterprises is the selling of ‘slave of white coats’ to foreign countries in order to procure hard currency. It is a modern day version of trafficking in human beings, a multibillion dollars form of international crime, a violation of human rights. The regime earns around $9 billion per year exporting professional services, especially doctors, to other countries, more than the $7 billion brought by tourism, nickel and remittances combined.

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    Re: Exporting Doctors

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    Cuban doctors generate billions in tax revenue by working for the Castroit regime while overseas. One of the regime most profitable business enterprises is the selling of ‘slave of white coats’ to foreign countries in order to procure hard currency. It is a modern day version of trafficking in human beings, a multibillion dollars form of international crime, a violation of human rights. The regime earns around $9 billion per year exporting professional services, especially doctors, to other countries, more than the $7 billion brought by tourism, nickel and remittances combined.
    Repression remains unpunished and severe violation of human rights keep occurring in the case of health professionals. How come that the Castroit regime is not sanctioned for keeping alive at all costs this despicable method of slavery. On the contrary, it is supported by other regimes signers of the declaration of human rights of the UN. Until when will have the Cuban health professionals to withstand this slavery?

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    Re: Exporting Doctors

    Cuba’s secret deal with Qatar to take up to 90% of doctors' wages
    Cuba’s secret deal with Qatar to take up to 90% of doctors' wages | Global development | The Guardian

    Most of the money earned by Cuban medics working in Qatar goes to their national government. But while some feel exploited, others tell a different story

    Pete Pattisson in Dukhan
    Fri 8 Nov 2019 02.00 ESTLast modified on Fri 8 Nov 2019 05.49 EST

    Drive west from Doha’s glistening glass towers, past two World Cup stadiums still under construction and out into the desert, and you’ll eventually reach a small hospital surrounded only by sand and shrubs.

    At its entrance hang two flags rippling in the scorching breeze: one of Qatar, the other of Cuba.

    The hospital belongs to the Qatar government, but its entire medical staff – 475 doctors, nurses and technicians – is from the Caribbean island half a world away.

    The Cuban hospital, as it is officially known, opened in 2012, boasting world class facilities and services. But there is one thing that is not up to international standards: the salaries the Cubans are paid.

    At just over $1,000 (£778) a month, they receive as little as 10% of what other foreign medical professionals can make working in government hospitals in Qatar.

    The remainder of their earnings are pocketed by the Cuban government under a secret deal with the Qataris.
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    The Castroit tyrannical regime makes billions of dollars each year sending Cuban doctors as slave labor to foreign countries. According to Yoani Sanchez “With professionals deployed in more than 60 countries, the money raised by this practice is Cuba’s largest source of foreign currency, estimated to exceed $11 billion annually.” This human trafficking business have been the primary source of foreign currency of the regime. A very lucrative business for the regime indeed.

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    Re: Exporting Doctors

    Phony patients, discarded medications: Doctors describe Cuban cooperation missions
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    BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES
    OCTOBER 02, 2019 07:00 AM

    Every day, Cuban doctor Ramona Matos invented the names of as many as 30 patients she had never seen in San Agustín, a town in the Bolivian Amazon.

    The doctor was part of Cuba’s medical mission in that country in 2008. But Matos realized that the Cuban government inflated the statistics related to the cooperation program when she was compelled to do the same for her supervisors.

    On her first day at work in Bolivia, Matos called her boss to inform him that she had not seen any patients.

    “He told me, ‘You have to invent names, invent diagnoses,’ and that’s what I did for a month. If not, he would send me to Cuba to be punished and without access to the money from my salary that they deposited in a bank account in Cuba.”

    But Matos said that the greatest “horror” was the destruction of medications.

    Cuban doctors in Bolivia not only made up the names and addresses of patients they had never seen, they also faked diseases and diagnoses, accompanied by drug prescriptions for treatments that never happened.
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    Cuban doctors have to invent diagnosis and the names of patients they had never seen, and write prescriptions for treatments that never happened. The prescribed medication were destroyed in order to make believe they had been used by the fake patients. These same practices have been taking place in Venezuela. What irony, the medications are thrown away, and Cubans are suffering from shortages of medicines.

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    Ecuador shuts down Cuban medical program
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    BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES AND MARIO J. PENTÓN
    NOVEMBER 13, 2019 10:07 AM

    The government of Ecuador announced Tuesday that it will suspend the hiring of about 400 Cuban doctors, in another blow to a controversial program through which the island’s government sells medical services to foreign countries.

    “These agreements will no longer be renewed, they will be terminated, and that will open 400 vacancies” for Ecuadorian doctors, said Ecuador’s Minister of Government María Paula Romo at a press conference.

    Romo said the government was also investigating the entry into Ecuador of 250 people with official Cuban passports during the violent protests that broke out after the elimination of a gasoline subsidy in early October.
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    The Castroit regime practice of sending Cubans doctors to work overseas is akin to human trafficking. These doctors receive less than 20 percent of what other countries are paying for their service, the rest goes to the Castroit regime. Due to the fact that they live their lives in servitude to work in those countries, many doctors in such medical missions defect to freedom. This is a multi-billion dollar form of international organize crime, a modern-day slavery.

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    Re: Exporting Doctors

    Cuban doctors return from Ecuador after end of agreements
    Cuban doctors return from Ecuador after end of agreements | OnCubaNews English

    A first group of 173 Cuban doctors returned to the island this Tuesday, and the arrival of a second plane was expected.

    by OnCuba Staff – November 20, 2019

    A first group of 173 Cuban doctors returned to the from Ecuador, days after the government of that country ended the agreements it had with Cuba in the face of the alleged participation of Havana in the protests of early October in the South American country.

    The doctors arrived yesterday in the early morning at the airport of Santiago de Cuba, in eastern Cuba, where a part of them disembarked, and then the plane resumed its route to Havana, where the rest of the professionals on board got off.

    Another plane with 183 professionals was scheduled to land yesterday afternoon in Santiago, coming from Ecuador, where 382 Cuban doctors worked and will now be replaced by local specialists, according to the Ecuadorian government.
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    Those participating in the protests and acts of vandalism are not doctors, they are apparatchiks and intelligent agents of the Castroit regime embedded in the medical mission, with the intention to destabilize the country.

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