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Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization

Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
01/07
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Greek pharmacists hold placards against privatization and prescriptions on credit, stating it is bad for the economy.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
02/07
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Greek pharmacists on 48h Strike.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
03/07
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Greek pharmacists on 48h Strike.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
04/07
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Greek pharmacists hold placards against privatization and prescriptions on credit, stating it is bad for the economy.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
05/07
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Greek pharmacists hold placards against privatization and prescriptions on credit, stating it is bad for the economy.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
06/07
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Greek pharmacists on 48h Strike.
Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
07/07
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Greek pharmacists on 48h Strike.
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
  • Greek pharmacists go on 48 hour Strike against Privitization
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Pharmacists stop giving prescription medicine on credit, for those insured at EOPYY, the National Health Care Organization of Greece, in a move against the issuing of medicine on credit.

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