A report by a parliamentary committee into alleged corruption and financial mismanagement in the public health sector is to go to the House in four sections, it emerged Thursday.
The first section of the 2,400-page report, to come to Parliament on November 6, concerns the transfer of the Henry Dunant Hospital to Piraeus Bank.
Piraeus Bank announced on Monday that it received an unspecified but "satisfactory" number of nonbinding bids for the sale of the Henry Dunant Hospital in Athens on August 3.
The bank said it will evaluate the offers with its financial adviser, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and invite successful applicants to continue in the second phase of the tender.
Lawmakers attend the first session of a special parliamentary committee set up to investigate alleged corruption in the health sector in the 1997-2014 period, in Athens, on Wednesday.