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Ex director of Dunant hospital, Martinis, released after 15 months in custody for health reasons

The former director of Henry Dunant hospital and ex head of Greek Red Cross, Andreas Martinis, was released from custody after 15 months. The corruption prosecutor has ordered his release for ‘health reasons’. Martinis is not allowed to leave the country and has to report to police station twice a …

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Ex Hospital director gets 7-year suspended sentence for ‘free treatment’ to prominent Greeks

Former chairman of Henry Dunant Hospital, Andreas Martinis, was sentenced to 7 years suspended imprisonment after burdening the hospital with 1.75 million euros for free treatments he offered to prominent individuals He used the funds aiming to needy, offering to “prominent” patients without financial problems expensive examinations and staying in …

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Greek Red Cross under pressure to avoid IFRC expulsion & international humiliation

The Greek Red Cross is in the process of being expelled by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Federation (IFRC) for failing to comply with the requirements of the Federation. Two relevant decisions have been “frozen” so far and the IFRC has given an ultimatum to HRC to have …

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Ex director of Greek Red Cross arrested over 3.2mnDM by German company

Former director of Greek Red Cross and of affiliated Errikos Dynan Hospital, Andreas Martinis, was arrested on Monday night together with this wife. The two face felony charges on embezzlement and money laundering and having accepted a bribe of 3.5 million DM in 1998 by a German company. According to …

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Moscovici in Athens to check ‘state revenues’, while some Greeks cannot pay rent & bills

EU Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici arrived in Athens today. He talked with the Prime Minister and other important members of the cabinet about “prior actions”, austerity cuts, structural reforms and equivalent measures. One of Moscovici’s hot spots is whether the Greek government can scrap the 23% Value Added Tax …

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