Lithuanian med students say no to bribes for doctors
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Lithuanian med students say no to bribes for doctors
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2015 december 10 d. 15:29

On International Anticorruption Day, the Special
Investigation Service shifted their attention to medical
institutions, where citizens encounter bribery most often.
Doctors blame citizens for giving bribes while patients
complain that, without bribes, they won't receive proper
medical attention. Campaigners against corruption say that
bribery would disappear if medical institutions themselves
were to take resolute actions against corruption and made an
effort to take care of their patients.

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