By Sabrina Martín
(Opinion) Colombia’s president, Gustavo Petro, launched a crusade for a healthcare reform that, according to the country’s opposition, would put the current healthcare system at risk.
On the one hand, Petro assures that the reform would guarantee the fundamental right to health.
However, his proposal would jeopardize some private health centers by somehow reducing the quality and efficiency of the health care service.
The bill must first pass through Congress and has 18 chapters and 150 articles, within which there are five structural changes to the health system.
The opposition has pointed out that . . .