In a radio interview, Alfonso Durazo Montaño, candidate for governor for Morena, Labor Party, Green Ecologist and Nueva Alianza Sonora, said that the State Government faces fundamental problems in its finances and a dismantled health system, and urged the need to a hospital for the School of Medicine of the University of Sonora.
He indicated that currently, finances are in intensive care, a situation in which the municipalities are also.
He pointed out that with the pandemic caused by COVID-19, it has been shown that the health system is dismantled, since half of the population does not have first-rate medical service.
He considered that it is necessary to form a hospital for the School of Medicine of the University of Sonora, such as the General Hospital that is in front of the institution.
He insisted that the government should be an instrument at the service of the people and not of personal needs or of power groups, because these have been one of the main problems of the state’s backwardness.