Charges pressed against leaders of Estonia's largest hospital

  • 2016-09-12
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - The Office of the Prosecutor General has forwarded to court a criminal case in which the former chief executive, the catering chief and the IT director of Estonia's largest hospital, the North Estonia Medical Centre (PERH), stand accused of economic crimes. Additionally, charges were brought against the catering service provider as a legal entity and its manager. According to the statement of charges, the former CEO of PERH Tonis Allik took bribes on multiple occasions in exchange for guaranteeing that the company charged in the same case ...
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