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Alexis Tsipras, leader of the main opposition party, the Radical Left Alliance (SYRIZA), has submitted a parliamentary question to Parliament regarding the lack of medicines in the country, with a request to be answered by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

“Will the Prime Minister take minimal political responsibility for health insurance problems, difficulties in accessing basic healthcare and unprecedented drug shortages, or will he continue to promote corruption, endangering public health?” presented under the heading.

In the proposal, where it was stated that the country was drawn into a health crisis with the decisions taken by the Miçotakis government regarding health, and that there are fewer health workers in hospitals compared to last year, problems in accessing the health system were also highlighted.

The resolution also asked whether a plan to address the shortfall would be presented, “albeit with delay”.

Pharmacists also complain

Konstandinos Lurandos, president of the Atiki Region Pharmacists’ Union, said in a statement yesterday, “I’ve been in this profession for 44 years, and I’ve never experienced anything like it.” I used this phrase.

Lorandos confirmed that pharmacists have been warning about drug shortages for more than a year, and said that the Ministry of Health did not take these warnings into account.

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