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IMSS-Bienestar / Edmundo Jacobo Molina

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Karin Dilge By Karin Dilge | Journalist and Industry Analyst - Tue, 03/14/2023 - 11:23

IMSS-Bienestar. IMSS-Bienestar will open a call for retired doctors from the social security system who want to cover a specialty position or occupy a management position in hospitals or primary care units, starting March 21. According to Director Zoé Robledo, the call is aimed at 27,398 retired people who have specialties such as gastroenterology, internal medicine, hematology, infectology, nephrology, gynecology and pulmonology, among others.

Robledo explained that retirees who want to return to work will be able to receive a salary without having to relinquish their pension, since IMSS-Bienestar adheres to Section B of Art. 123 of the Constitution. According to IMSS, the doctor pool is divided as follows: 287 doctors under 55 years of age, 9,659 between 56 and 65, 13,656 between 66 and 75, and 3,887 older than 76.

AMLO Criticizes Edmundo Jacobo’s Return to INE. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador criticized the "celebration" that took place at the National Electoral Institute (INE) following the reinstatement of Edmundo Jacobo as the Executive Secretary of the electoral agency. López Obrador made it clear that if Jacobo Molina's return is considered by his opponents as the first defeat of the  Plan B of the Electoral Reform, then "it is an honor to lose like this."

During an extraordinary session of INE’s General Council on Monday, Jacobo Molina was reappointed as Executive Secretary after a federal administrative court granted him a definitive suspension in the amparo trial filed by the official after his removal.

The amparo was filed by Jacobo Molina against the Chamber of Deputies and other authorities for considering them violative of fundamental rights provided in various articles of the Constitution. The court granted the definitive suspension so "things remain in the state in which they were before the issuance and publication" of the electoral reform decree on the Official Gazette of the Federation on March 2.

AMLO Denies Political Persecution Against Former President Felipe Calderón. López Obrador denied the political persecution of former President Felipe Calderon, stating that if it were true, "we would have already filed a complaint." However, he recalled a non-binding citizen consultation in which the majority voted for former presidents to face prosecution.

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