May 22, 2022

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The Transparency Board Chair will request a summary of health agents for not delivering emails

The Chair of the Transparency Council (CPLT) announced on Monday, Francisco Litoriaannounced that during this week he will submit an application to the authority’s board of directors to obtain “Initiating a sanction procedure against agents of the Ministry of Public Health and healthcare networks after the date of compliance with the order to deliver emails sent and received from corporate accounts of former health authorities in the midst of a health crisis that expired on April 22, due to Covid-19 ″as indicated by the statement.

The CPLT President noted that “At the next meeting of the Board, I will suggest to the other directors of the Foundation to start a brief investigation in this regard.”.

Thus, they explained that the decision “derived from a lawsuit filed with the Board which determined the applicant’s delivery of emails sent and received via institutional accounts – between March 1 and September 12, 2020 – by the wallet owner. Health, Henry ParisUndersecretary Paula Daza And the former minister Jaime Manalich. Added to this list are emails from other administrators in Ministry of Health (MINSAL), Among others, Director of the Department of Statistics and Health Information, Carlos Sans Former Head of the Epidemiology Department, Rafael Araus; Head of the Health Planning Department, Joanna Acevedo”.

On the other hand, they assert that the organism is indeed “Promoted operations to punish undersecretaries of the Ministry of Health – Public Health and one of the help networks.After revealing that they have not complied with their obligations to respond to requests for access to information in accordance with the provisions of the Transparency Law.

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Among the penalties are “in the case of the former undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Health, 45% fines (administrative summary) and 30% (brief investigation) and in the case of the former auxiliary networks agent, 35% fines (administrative summary) and 30% (brief inquiry)respectively, from bonuses for non-compliance with Board decisions and non-delivery of information.

Finally, they state that “before handing over this informationMinsal shall verify the personal information that these communications may contain.