Vox Ceuta, through the national deputy for training, Teresa López, has raised in the Congress of Deputies the difficult situation that medical professionals in the autonomous city are going through and asked the Sánchez Executive if he is going to articulate economic measures for I support this guild and its professional college. The party explains how, although the collateral damages of the coronavirus are being suffered by all sectors of society, different unions are reporting that their sector is in a situation of "helplessness" and among them the doctors.
Vox recalls in the explanatory memorandum for this question registered by López and other deputies such as Javier Ortega Smith that the aid measures put in place, for the self-employed or companies, do not take into account those self-employed workers who are listed in private mutual societies in social security. As is the case with the obligatory quotas in the framework of the Special Social Security Regime for Self-Employed or Self-Employed Workers, the quotas for self-employed workers who have decided to contribute through these mutual societies are compulsory. "Even though they can assimilate the recognition of the moratorium and the right to receive the extraordinary benefit, they cannot request them because they do not have the consideration referred to in the regulations," the training warns.
For Vox, "this situation shows an inequality for those self-employed workers included in the social welfare mutual insurance system who have also seen their economic capacity diminished." In addition, the training stresses that the doctors in Ceuta "denounce that the union has to continue paying these obligatory expenses for the exercise of their profession, finding their activity limited, not being able to exercise their profession in normal conditions and without receiving any type of aid as its function is outside the scope of the aid that the Government is providing ”.
In this situation, the question registered by López asks the Government to inform if it is going to articulate economic measures to support the doctors and the professional college of Ceuta. In addition, it asks the Executive if it is going to adopt any solution for collegiate doctors subject to alternative regimes that support the payment of mutual funds and college fees such as an exemption, suspension or postponement of payment.