143 Italian monuments to a corrupt regime?
This article was originally published in Clinica
Over 143 Italian hospitals remain unfinished, according to a list drawn up by the Parliamentary Inquiry Commission. Most are in the south, with 24 in Puglia and 35 in Sicily. The Health Ministry denies that the total is approaching 150 since some hospitals on the list are nearly completed, it claims. Health Minister Elio Guzzanti says that he will wait for a full report on the situation before deciding which hospitals should be finished, which should be converted and which facilities should be sold off.
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