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Waiting for a wheelchair for his daughter, Mario Augusto denounces: "the incompetence of those who coordinate these organizations"

Waiting for a wheelchair for his daughter, Mario Augusto denounces: “the incompetence of those who coordinate these organizations”

Mario Augusto He resorted to his official Facebook account, Monday, November 14, to leave A A note about a situation involving a daughter’s wheelchairπŸ‡§πŸ‡· Ritawho suffers from cerebral palsy.

In a long post, where he began praising the strength and resilience of his two wives, the journalist couldn’t avoid Criticism for not responding about the advent of a young woman’s chairalready asked some time ago.

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·Life must be well lived (even with one grain of sand or another in gear and the constant need to adjust gear and azimuth) like putting together a very difficult puzzle, those thousand-piece puzzles. (…) What remains is the will and the patience to see how to fit colors and shades, which, as we know from the world, cannot all be seen in the same way. There are appearances, complicity, equal or conflicting wills in this, but the will is always’ he began to write.

After paying tribute to his wife and daughter, and at a time when Rita is going through, once again, a more complex phase in terms of health, Mario Augusto highlights the young woman’s ability to conquer, and also highlights her willpower.

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·Its resilience is rustless when our will oxidizes and rusts over the yearshe admitted, before denouncing the wheelchair condition.

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πŸ‡§πŸ‡·By the way, and as you know … from Aveiro’s social security, not a peep, not a postcard or a letter condemning their disrespect, shame for not fulfilling what they have promised so far, and even worse, giving satisfaction as prescribed by lawJournalist wrote.

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πŸ‡§πŸ‡·In June they said (a year and a half after the prescription) that Rita’s chair, after several incidents, had already been fitted, and the value of said chair would be sent. πŸ‡§πŸ‡· Although the law is very clear about deadlines for a response (at least in response or satisfaction to the user), not even mentioning here the incompetence or insensitivity of those who coordinate these bodies, nothingπŸ‡§πŸ‡·

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·A deaf ear for those who drive (in this case Aveiro’s Social Security) that don’t even give them a sense of shame for not meeting deadlines, nor the right to get answers or justifications for not meeting the State of Things Reporting Act. Shame again, let’s hope it’s Santa Claus who brings good tidings or newsvent.

In the end Mario Augusto wrote:I often think of those who suffer without knowing their rights, They are ignored by the services and the bureaucracies and when they raise a finger there is always someone shooting at the target with the finger of indignation and revolution.He finished.