Tripoli Municipal Guard: Unified prices for medicines
The Municipal Guard unit embarked on executive measures to activate a law adopted in 2013 aimed at putting an end to the contrast in medicines’ prices at the local hospitals in the capital Tripoli.
The director of media office at the Municipal Guard Unit said that starting next week they will “send copies of the resolution to the local public and private hospitals alike,” urging them to comply.
“Those who violate the orders will be transferred to the judicial authorities,” He added.
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