Τρίτη, 15 Ιανουαρίου 2013

Greeks fight back against corruption


Republished in SocialActivism.gr of Athens.
Edited by Katerina Nakou
Published in BBC
Ordinary Greeks are finding ways of fighting back against endemic levels of corruption in their country, with a number of websites now allowing people to report cases of bribery.
Kristina Tremonti's first brush with "fakelaki" came when her grandfather needed urgent treatment at a public hospital in Kalamata, southern Greece.
Treatment is supposed to be free. Fakelaki is the Greek term which means "little envelope", but has come to describe a wide range of bribery. It is pronounced "fakk-el-akee".

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