It was opened a garden in memory of the doctor, with the reading of a manifesto by his peers
The prefect of Justice supports the consideration of crime of any aggression against a public employee
The government delegate in Murcia, Rafael González Tovar attended this morning at the invitation of Mayor Moratalla, Juan Llorente Martínez, the extraordinary plenary session held in the locality by reason of the granting of honors to Dr. brutally murdered last March, while carrying out their professional duties in the Health Center Moratalla, Maria Eugenia Moreno Martínez.
Later it was given to the relatives of the doctor mentioned the distinction of Adoptive Daughter posthumously, of Son to the ambulance driver, Juan Miguel Moya Lopez, who was also shot in their attempt to defend it against aggression, and Special Mention of the Corporation to the three local police officers who participated in that event, reducing the aggressor.
Then we have proceeded to open a garden opposite the Health Centre, which will be called "Dr. M Âª Eugenia Moreno Martínez", which has installed a monolith in memory of him and proceeded to read a manifesto by of their colleagues.
González Tovar noted that it must have acceptable levels of safety in health care that protects its workers from any kind of aggression.
He also pointed out the need to promote social awareness and civic education, promote awareness and implement a culture of prevention.
Another key aspect would improve the training of health personnel to provide these workers the tools that enable them to solve the various processes that can be found in their daily work, such as the conflict or aggression.
He also noted that has supported judicial system, from which also responds to the prevention of and protection against assault.
"So it means the Attorney General's Office ordered in November 2008 that the attacks on public health workers, like that faced by teachers to be considered as a crime of attack on authority and public official" he said.
Regarding this event has stated that "nothing can lessen the pain felt by family, colleagues and friends for such an irreparable loss.
But with such symbolic acts we, together, show all healthcare workers, they are not alone and that society does not live with indifference their situation and the risks of working with the public. "
"These distinctions contribute to the awareness of society as a whole, and the need for respectful treatment, polite and dignified to all health professionals, teachers, or to any employee, public or private, victims of aggression in the course of their work and the exercise of its functions, "he concluded.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia