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Healthcare next stop for Tsipras amid Georgiou case fallout
A day after government MPs approved a draft law introducing changes to the way Greek universities are run, the coalition focussed on a healthcare bill that represents its latest attempt to show voters that it is active in policymaking areas that are not linked directly to the bailout.
The government has presented the bill as an attempt to improve primary healthcare in Greece through the creation of nearly 250 “local health units” in 65 urban areas and evidence of its intention to strengthen the public health system. It has contrasted...
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