Pablo Iglesias publishes how they have called the Government of Pedro Sánchez in an exam

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The tweet of Pablo Iglesias.

The former Vice President of the Government and leader of United We Can, paul churches, has shared on his Twitter account the question that the UNED has asked during an exam of the subject of Introduction to social services of Social Work.

The exam, in one of the multiple-choice questions, gave the following text to the students: “From what has been said, the fragmentary nature of the Spanish healthcare organization can be inferred, the anachronism of its regulation, the absence of authentic public plans for coping of the needs, the accident rate with which certain organizations were initially awarded care functions outside the main core of tasks performed, subsequently maintaining such a situation regardless of the dictates of other more rational premises”.

“The coordination of the different activities, both public and private, despite the attempts to create devices for this purpose, constitutes an important flaw in our healthcare system, within which the sad conflicts of competencies so fatal to a smooth running of a well-ordered Administration that can lead to superimpose particular and limited aspirations to better fulfill the objectives proposed by the Administration, as a whole, only for instrumental reasons, parceled out”, the text ends.

The question is what situation this text refers to out of the four options that are given. The first is “that of Assistance during the first social government of President D. Felipe González”.

“The Assistance during the first center-right government of President D. José María Aznar”, is the second option. Answer C, which is the one that has outraged Iglesias, says that “the Assistance during the first social-communist government of President D. Pedro Sánchez.”

Finally, the last possible answer is the following: “The Assistance during the Franco regime.”


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