New problems have been detected in the National Death Information System (Sinadef), the same that a few days ago was the protagonist of the news when it was revealed that false cases of deceased people had been entered in its database. This time the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Renieck) reported inconsistencies in the information provided by the Ministry of Health.
The Renieck indicated that there are 37,000 users accredited by the Ministry of Health who have access to the Sinadef site, but more than half of whom do not exist in the register of identification of natural persons, have a IDENTIFIER wrong or not having a user doctor email among other incidents. In this regard, Reniec announced that he will take action on these cases.
Authorities will report users with problems and they will be referred to the mine so that they can perform a review and validation. “As the ministry sends the list of correct users, the corresponding activation will continue in the Sinadef“, indicated the representatives of the Renieck.
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Given the complicated situation, it has been planned that the registration of death certificates will continue to be done personally and free of charge in the municipalities and at the headquarters of the National Identification Registry. The Renieck pointed out that valid users of the mine They will be able to generate death certificates on the platform, which must be presented by citizens to initiate the face-to-face process, according to Juan Carlos Castro, director of registration services at Reniec.
“If a citizen goes to a Reniec agency to carry out the registration of deaths – which are either in hospitals, in various health centers at national level or in municipalities – he must bring the death certificate issued by a doctor who must contain the seal, the signature of the doctor and the fingerprint. Subsequently, the civil status will verify these requirements as well as those of the declarant and will proceed to the discretion and the issuance of the death certificate ” , did he declare.
Cases of suspicious deaths continue to appear, although fortunately they are not real deaths, but rather a manipulation of the database of the National Information System on Deaths (Sinadef). In recent days, figures such as President Pedro Castillo, Keiko Fujimori and Rafael López Aliaga have appeared as dead in official records, but attention is now focused on the causes of death in other cases.
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“What sane doctor would deliver these barbaric causes of death to Sinadef?”, Writes electronics engineer Juan Carbajal from his Twitter account. This has compiled various cases where alarming events have entered as the official cause of death, mainly due to the vulgarity with which they are described. Some cases would even be marked with discriminatory phrases.
For the aforementioned user “it is clear that people outside these registers have violated and manipulated Sinadef data”. In this regard, the increase in false deaths is recorded from the end of September this year. It is noticeable in young people between 18 and 29 years old and adults between 30 and 39 years old. “There would be around 300 false excess deaths between 18 and 39,” Carbajal said.