Yamir Córdoba from Suntracs: ‘The Government does not enforce the agreements of the 72 products of the basic basket’


According to the leader, consumers have complained that the government has raised food prices considerably, so they consider this action as blackmail by the executive and the business sector.

Yamir Córdoba from Suntracs: 'The Government does not enforce the agreements of the 72 products of the basic basket'

Yamir Córdoba, finance secretary of Suntracs. Photo: Radio Panama

Yamir Córdoba, Secretary of Finance of Suntracs, spoke this Tuesday, on Radio Panama, about the street closures that have been announced for tomorrow in conjunction with the United People for Life Alliance, since they consider that the Government has not complied with the agreements agreed at the single dialogue table, mainly with the regulation of prices of the 72 products of the basic family basket.

According to the leader, consumers have complained that the government has raised food prices considerably, so they consider this action as blackmail by the executive and the business sector.

“At the moment, Acodeco does not have the legal force to do more than four issues, so the ones who have to ensure that this is fulfilled is the government, it is for this reason that we are going to be in the street. The government must enforce all the agreements that are made at the table,” he said.

Córdoba also mentioned the issue of medicines, expressing that the government promised to deliver a list of medicines that were going to be regulated to set price caps, and to date nothing has been delivered.

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