Governors of Northeast Brazil Want to Bring Cuban Doctors Back to the Region

The Northeastern Consortium seeks greater autonomy from the Bolsonaro administration and wants direct contact with the organization to reactivate "Mais Médicos" in its original format.

By Xiu Ying

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governors of the nine northeastern states have recently completed the necessary procedures to legalize the Northeastern Consortium, aimed at seeking greater autonomy from the government of Jair Bolsonaro and the federal policies they deem detrimental to the region.

Among the first measures to be promoted by northeastern leaders is the reinstatement of the original format of the 'Mais Médicos' (More Doctors) program, with the inclusion of Cuban . . .

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