The National Assembly of Venezuela indicated that four minors who died this month had precautionary measures provided by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (CIDH) since February, due to the risk to their health
Venezuela suffers from a shortage of drugs and the decline of its health centers. In the image, a Venezuelan woman holds her son in a hospital in Boa Vista, Brazil, to where he had to move in search of medical attention. (Photo: Reuters) Caracas.
The National Assembly [Parliament] of Venezuela, of overwhelming opposition majority, blamed Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday for the deaths, occurred this month, of at least four children waiting for a bone marrow transplant.
The parliamentary commission for Monitoring Humanitarian Aid published a report in which they talk about the death, in a period of 20 days, of four patients from the J.M. of Los Ríos and whose ages ranged between 6 and 11 years.