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Dear all, I am researching for a documentary about the hidden secrets of Greece, such as the fakelakki. I tried to call some doctors, but (of course) they all deny the fakelakki. If you are interested to share your story with me, you can always e-mail me on lina.nasser@vrt.be with your contacts. Kind regards and all the best, Lina Nasser

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7 years ago ( 22:46 PM )
I am very suspicious of foreigners researching 'the hidden secrets of Greece'...Greece is in a very vulnerable situation and needs sympathetic and understanding support. The fact that you don't speak Greek and that you have to resort to this site to fish for stories suggests you are very poorly prepared for investigating this extremely complex and multi-faceted problem. I would suggest you change your topic. Perhaps start by investigating corruption in your own country (Belgium?) where you may encounter some surprising results.

7 years ago ( 18:52 PM )
What is the complexity of the fakelaki dear greek lamogio-ellhnara? It is not rocket science...it is really straightforward... Why should the civil servants, who even in these horrible economic circumstances for the people of Greece continue to demand fakelaki so as to do their job, deserve any sympathy? I think researching this site is a really good choice for Ms Nasser and would provide good insight to the real causes of Greece's moral and economic crisis.

7 years ago ( 20:08 PM )
really straightforward? OK, here are some questions for you: is it a fakelaki when a patient brings a gift in kind for the doctor? is it a fakelaki when a teacher offers to support a failing student and the parents take her out to dinner to say thank you? is it a fakelaki when the father of the student works, let's say in poleodomia and makes sure that the teacher's building license goes through though there are reasons to stop it? is it compliance when a civil servant does not take money for himself but silently witnesses many of his coleagues doing it without saying anything? is it compliance when the patients persistently pester doctors to prioritise them over others and demand to reward the doctor for the service? ...you'd be surprised dear compatriot to find out that in most of these cases Europeans would say 'inappropriate, shouldn't happen.' Well, in Greece all the above would not be considered fakelaki.

7 years ago ( 23:18 PM )
Dear compatriot, YES. All of these cases are fakelaki and DISGUSTING. Maybe in YOUR DIRTY Greece these things are ok, not in mine. I would bet many money that you are a corrupted doctor... Patients pestering, huh? You think our belgian friend is naive?? There is no way to get out of a Greek hospital healthy if you dont pay your fakelaki... But ok I can understand...it must feel really bad that even foreign people start to get interested in your dirty business...

7 years ago ( 01:03 AM )
"What is the complexity of the fakelaki dear greek lamogio-ellhnara?..." Hahahaha, great english!!

7 years ago ( 16:15 PM )
" ....... really straightforward? OK, here are some questions for you: is it a fakelaki when a patient brings a gift in kind for the doctor? is it a fakelaki when a teacher offers to support a failing student and the parents take her out to dinner to say thank you? is it a fakelaki when the father of the student works, let's say in poleodomia and makes sure that the teacher's building license goes through though there are reasons to stop it? is it compliance when a civil servant does not take money for himself but silently witnesses many of his coleagues doing it without saying anything? is it compliance when the patients persistently pester doctors to prioritise them over others and demand to reward the doctor for the service? ...you'd be surprised dear compatriot to find out that in most of these cases Europeans would say 'inappropriate, shouldn't happen.' Well, in Greece all the above would not be considered fakelaki. ......." .. And that is why the majority of foreigners believe Greece is corrupt. Your argument, far from justifying anything, simply confirms the stories that we all hear about Greece, unfortunately, and more than proves the corrupt mentality that appears to be endemic in Greece.

7 years ago ( 17:29 PM )
I absolutely oppose fakelakia. However, I share the deep skepticism expressed by the other poster here about Lina Nasser's project re. "the hidden secrets of Greece." First, there's nothing "secret" about fakelakia in Greece, or indeed about corruption in general, or otherwise we wouldn't be discussing this on an open forum. It's been very widely publicized in the media for many years. Perhaps too widely publicized, meaning that the extent of the phenomenon might have been blown out of proportion, and some of the stories may have been exaggerated or even downright planted in order to destroy people's careers and reputations. A site like this is ideal for making dubious allegations because the accusers stay anonymous (and hence can say anything they want), whereas the accused can be (and often are) named. This asymmetry is unjust and dangerous. If someone has a genuine case to report, they can call a hotline to have the guilty arrested. Why don't they do that? I'm all for transparency and openness, but anonymous allegations are *not* transparent. If someone has to say something important (and fakelaki is important), they should stand up and say it in the open, not hide behind the anonymity of a computer terminal.

7 years ago ( 21:13 PM )
"If someone has a genuine case to report, they can call a hotline to have the guilty arrested. Why don't they do that? I'm all for transparency and openness, but anonymous allegations are *not* transparent. If someone has to say something important (and fakelaki is important), they should stand up and say it in the open, not hide behind the anonymity of a computer terminal." This statement is really funny. Report it, stand up and say it? You must be joking Mr., Report it where or to whom? It's not like somebody would take your complaint seriously or actually do something about it.

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