A few days ago in this same place, I spoke about the labor support that the Mexican government provides to other countries and the doubts that this leaves.
The first was Cuba, and we talked about hiring 500 doctors from that country, which not only caused a negative reaction from the Health Federation of Mexico, but also questioned other countries before what could actually be alleged slavery.
Well, let’s remember that not only professionals from another country cannot practice this in our country without first agreeing to their studies; But, in addition, these doctors were appointed not directly with them, but with the Cuban government headed by Díaz-Canel.
And yes, that deal made between two parties (Mexico and Cuba) to decide the fate of third parties, who are human beings, without their consent, is presumably illegal.
We’re also talking about the $90 million, 1.782 million pesos that Mexico gave to El Salvador so that they could carry out the “Sembrando Vida” program there, a project that didn’t even produce results here.
We have also commented that there is little doubt that the Salvadoran government, headed by Najib Bukele, could have misused the money provided by Mexico, by investing it not in job generation, but in bitcoin, a virtual currency, as if it were not Enough, it has decreased its value by 70%.
But hey, it’s time to get down to business, talking about a new case, the week before, during the Summit of the Americas, Mexico said it would open 20,000 temporary jobs in our country, but only for Guatemalan nationals.
Although this measure represents a bilateral effort with the United States to curb immigration, there is a sector of Mexicans who do not see the proposal very well.
And this is that eye, not the problem of xenophobia, because in the ideal utopian scenario is that there are no boundaries, not just physical, but social, labor, cultural and developmental.
But we also understand that this is the time when the Covid-19 pandemic, inflation and bad decisions of this federal government seriously affected the economy, causing our country to lose more than 1.1 million formal jobs, not to mention the number of informal jobs and the condition of thousands of professionals waiting opportunity to get a job.
To the above, we will be observing and later commenting on the impact of this decision for the Mexican government
On another, no less important topic, I take this opportunity to congratulate the creators of this space and all those who work in it, I note El Sol de Zacatecas, laid out on long tablecloths to celebrate the 58th anniversary of its foundation. I congratulate everyone who made this possible, starting with Mr. Gerardo de Avila, General Manager of this wonderful medium.
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