Javier Milei went back a install the controversy on sale of organs and continued to defend his position. The economist was in Colombia in the middle of the ballot and, the next day, he returned to touch on the subject for which he was highly criticized. The Libertarian Deputy lowered his image for being at favor of the sale of organs and equally He did not give up on his idea.
The legislator for the City of Buenos Aires was in the coffee country in the midst of the final elections between Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández. Finally, the leftist candidate was elected as successor to Ivan Duke. After the vote, Milei insisted on the sale of organs. In this case he gave a deeper explanation to justify his position in favor of him.
“There is a problem with what arrives; the Incucai handles a brutal excess of demand. The fact that there is no explicit price does not mean that there is no opportunity cost of these errors, which is that there are 7,500 people who have a bad time and who can die due to the inefficiency of not recognizing that it is a market problem.”, said the leader of La Libertad Avanza according to A24.
He then decided to put on the table the numbers he manages on such a delicate subject: “How many people die in Argentina per year? 375,000 people per year; How many organs does INCUCAI take? 269; How many people need an organ? 7,500. From having 375,000 potential donors to reaching 269, there is a huge deficiency”, he added.
In this new chapter, Javier Milei sees the State as responsible for accessing the organs of deceased people: “If you had a market for organs, when you die it would be resolved more efficiently, with this mechanism none have access, and if there are more you have an improvement in well-being”, sentenced the presumed candidate for President in 2023.