MeRA25 MPs are giving 50% of their salaries to support 3 hospitals

On Thursday, March 26th, as part of the Solidarity Day initiative of MeRA25, our party pledged to allocate the significant amount it would usually spend for its 1st Party Congress on social groups in need of solidarity. This aims to support the disadvantaged groups that have been overlooked by the Greek government.
The MeRA25 Parliamentary Group has now unanimously decided to support the party’s Solidarity initiative with an additional contribution of 50% of its MPs’ salary, as long as pandemic measures on are in place.
This amount will be allocated for the immediate support of three hospitals; one in Athens, one in Thessaloniki and one in Crete. More details will be announced, along with specific amounts, in the coming days.

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