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Greece to probe corruption in health sector worth €85billion

Greece’s parliament on Wednesday voted to open an investigation into alleged health scandals and corruption going back two decades, involving bribes and inflated prices for medical equipment and medicine. A broad majority of 187 lawmakers in the 300-seat parliament approved a government proposal to look into suspected mismanagement between 1997 …

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Party with Public Money – Electricity Union theatens to ‘turn off’ Greece

Things are getting very tough among the state and the labor union of Electricity Power Company (GENOP-DEH). As the government plans to privatize and sell stakes from DEH, the labor union has decided to start 48h strikes as from May 6, 2011. The strikes are expected to last a week …

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Where is the Swine Flu? Greece has still 2.2 million vaccines…

Last year we were in panic!  Health authorities were counting ‘victims’, schools were closing one after the other and Greece was kept ordering vaccines. ” One year after the pandemic hysteria, the swine flue has forgotten us and one million doses of vaccines have expired before being used”, writes Greek newspaper TO …

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Greek politician admits that he eats money!

“Where did the state money go?” That is a central question burning the lips of millions of debt-driven Greeks. Finally a government official  showed courage and nonchalance and admitted that he ate them! Funny? You think, that’s funny? Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos gave a serious answer to a serious question. “We …

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