translated from Spanish: PRI governors give yes to the Insabi

The PRI governors give full support to the new Institute of Health for Welfare (Insabi) and are ready to sign the corresponding accession agreements, the representatives of Hidalgo, Omar Fayad, and the State of Mexico, Alfredo del Mazo, were reassured when they leave a meal with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
«There is consensus in the PRI governors regarding Insabi, we have not signed but we go forward with this, we want it to succeed, that it is the body that allows us to serve all people who do not have social security,» Fayad said.
On January 14, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador promised all the representatives that he would meet with them in blocks, by party, to address issues of common interest such as security and Insabi.
This Monday he started with the PRI governors. The event was attended by all the representatives of that party, with the exception of that of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich, who, according to the said by del Mazo, did not attend for «a medical appointment».
Fayad said they agreed on the measures to be taken by the Government of the Republic on health. «The doubts were clarified and those that do not, we will continue to talk with Juan Ferrer, holder of the Insabi, about any concerns that there were: budget, labor, infrastructure, but all that will be resolved in the annexes of the agreement that we are going to sign.»
Del Mazo explained that the signing of the agreement will go hand in hand with specifying some important issues that are pending such as the state solidarity contribution (the budget that each state must provide to health services), «but each entity will see this separately, and also the management of the infrastructure».
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