Trump signed the first documents to curtail Obamacare

Donald trump (center)

The President of the United States Donald trump sent to the offices of the government Directive on the decision to take action to curtail introduced by his predecessor Barack Obama’s health-care system. About it reports Reuters.

After the inaugural celebrations trump, taking place in the oval office, signed a decree easing the burden on government agencies in connection with the implementation of the provisions of Obamacare.

He also called for efforts to give States more flexibility in implementing health programs.

The promise to cancel the system of affordable health care was one of the cornerstones of the election campaign trump. Most of the work to be done by lawmakers in Congress.

January 13 the House of representatives voted for a resolution which initiates the process of the abolition of Obamacare. The decision was supported by 227 congressmen, all Republicans. Opposed by 197 members of the house of representatives. The day before the resolution by majority votes approved the Senate. The document instructs the relevant committees of both chambers of Congress to develop appropriate amendments to law by January 27. According to the authors of the initiative, the elimination of Obamacare will take several months.

The project of Obamacare (officially the Affordable Care Act) enacted in 2010 and have allowed more than 25 million not previously insured persons to provide themselves with medical care. However, for those who do not receive subsidies from the state, the cost of insurance has increased.