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Four Bulgarian women arrested in a hospital in Piraeus

20 February 2014 / 16:02:17  GRReporter
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A police operation carried out at night in a hospital in Piraeus ended iin the arrest of 11 foreign women who had been working as nurses without proper documents, including 4 Bulgarians, 4 Albanians and 3 women from Georgia.
    Under Greek law, in order for women to work as hospital nurses they should have a diploma from a nursing school, permission to practice issued by the relevant service, health booklet and be listed on the payroll of the hospital as nurses.
    The detainees were taken to the regional prosecutor's office in Piraeus on charges of inflicting material damage to the state and the National Insurance Institute, IKA, as they had not issued receipts for the services rendered by them and had not paid the relevant social security contributions.
    The women will be subject to fines and administrative penalties as stated by the official announcement of the general directorate of the Greek police.

Tags: Arrested Bulgarian womenNursesHospital in PiraeusSocial insuranceGeneral directorate of the Greek police
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