After firing doctors, Mexican government expects delivery of enslaved Cuban doctors in September

Cuba’s socialist dictatorship has found a new customer for their modern-day slave trade. Mexico’s leftist president, Andres Manuel Loprez Obrador, has agreed to purchase enslaved doctors from the Castro dictatorship with the first slaves slated to arrive in September.

CubaNet reports (my translation):

First mission of Cuban doctors will arrive in Mexico in September

The government of President Andres Manuel Loprez Obrador (AMLO) has signed an agreement for cooperation in health with the Cuban regime. The Mexican Institute for Social Security announced in June it was launching programs between the two governments while announcing cutbacks by the Mexican administration that took power on December 1st, 2018

The agreement was signed on June 29. The signing event was attended by Lazaro Cardenas Batel, chief advisor for the president and government of Lopez Obrador and Cuba’s Public Health Minister, Jose Angel Portal Miranda. The signing of this agreement includes collaboration in science, health, and medical personnel between the two countries.

CubaNet reported in December of 2018 that the arrival of Cuban doctors in Mexico was imminent, according to sources close to Cardenas Batel. This was around the same time the cancellation of the Mais Medicos program in Brazil was announced. As part of the agreement, the first doctors will arrive in Mexico in September, according to an announcement made by the government of the Mexican state of Morelos (in central Mexico).


More than 10,000 medical personnel in Mexico have been fired in accordance with the austerity plan announced by Loprez Obrador, who says it is aimed at attacking corruption. Cuban leader Miguel Diaz-Canel attended the Mexican leader’s inauguration in December and the Castro regime and the Mexican government have maintained close relations ever since.

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