Mexico.- The journalist Carlos Loret de Mola revealed that Luisa Obrador Garrido Cuesta, niece of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is the Head of Delegations of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS).
The revelation came after the platform “Latinus“carried out an investigation as a result of the tragedy that occurred at the Regional Hospital of the IMSS of Tula de Allende in the state of Hidalgo, in which, last week, as a result of the rains in the State of Mexico and Mexico City, water that end up in the Hidalgo municipality, the Tula river overflowed and caused floods that ended up leaving hospitalized patients underwater, which caused the death of 16 of them.
In chapter 54 of “Loret” in Latinus, the conductor of On the radio announced that, in a place in the chain that failed to prevent the death of the 16 patients of the IMSS in Tula, is the niece of the head of the Federal Executive Power.
In addition, he reported that it was the Delegation of the IMSS in Hidalgo the one that last year would have bought fans at a surcharge for the son of the director of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), Manuel Bartlett.
In the investigation carried out by journalists Mario Gutierrez Vega and Ana Lucia Hernandez gives an account of the rescue work that the emergency elements had to implement in Tula, Hidalgo, to remove some patients from the flooded hospital.
“The Mexican Institute of Social Security did not apply prevention protocols and took effective actions to face the flooding of that hospital in Tula, Hidalgo, where 16 patients died”, are the first words of the investigation “Tula file: omissions and abandonment in the IMSS“.
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She points out that, as Head of Delegations of the IMSS, the work of Luisa obrador It is to link all of these with the General Directorate of the agency, as well as to supervise each one of them, however, neither she nor the other officials of the chain complied with the security protocols established by the agency.