According to the calculations of health care in Ukraine is free, but only according to the calculations, because in reality hurting in this country And expensive, And deadly dangerous, writes.
the magazine describes the terrible incident that occurred in a hospital in Kiev, told by a woman named Anya. When her mother became ill with cancer and scheduled for surgery. Prior to the surgery the doctor came out And said: "at the present time will be cut, but there are serious problems, it is necessary to pay $500 ". Ani dad And her husband ran to the banks took the money (thanks to the opportunity they had, although it is not at all) And Brought the doctor.
In the midst of the operation, the doctor came out again from the operating room And asked in a persistent form to pay the same amount, because anesthesia is over And the patient are about to Wake up." on the other, I'll just sew it, and you blame on your own shoulders." Brought more money. Two weeks later, the woman died.
"Stories like this are not uncommon in Ukraine. Corruption here for a long time into the daily lives of people, " writes the magazine.
A few days ago the leader of the country Petro Poroshenko said in the 1st of his many TV interviews: "Corruption exists in the world, this is not purely Ukrainian problem ". However, Ukraine has until now considered the most corrupt country in the EU. In 2014, according to the ranking by Transparency international, it was located at 142 from 174, close to Bangladesh, Uganda And Guinea. And every day the people of this state approves them that without bribery of public officials, nothing can be solved, emphasizes the printed Edition.
Even in Ukrainian political circles Corruption is perceived as a normal phenomenon. All attempts to fight it are demonstrative And piecemeal. For example, since the beginning of December last year was obliged to begin the work of the special anti-corruption Agency. However, four months later it exists only on paper, And in the level of impact achieved none of Ukrainians do not believe, proves Handelsblatt.