Colombia's Minister of Health, Guillermo Alfonso Jaramillo, is faced with a vote of no-confidence motion presented by opposition factions, Radical Change and Democratic Centre. The opposition alleges that Jaramillo has failed to fulfil his constitutional and regulatory duties, made inappropriate remarks about COVID-19 vaccines, and not effectively addressed the shortage of medicines or delays in payments to Health Promotion Entities (EPS).
They stress that the minister's management shows an ideological bias and that his actions have led to financial crises and supply shortages in the health sector. The motion will be debated and voted on next year.
The opposition parties, Radical Change and Democratic Center, have called for a vote of no-confidence debate against Health Minister Guillermo Alfonso Jaramillo.
They argue that the minister has failed in his constitutional and legal duties, leading to two crises in the sector - one financial and another of essential medicines and supplies shortage.