The construction of the new block is part of a broader program by the Kremlin's property management department to improve the healthcare infrastructure it manages. Those facilities are primarily for the use of senior state officials.You are apparently supposed to be outraged by this — which assumes that you are so naive that you don't know how US politicians and high government officials have outsized health perks that distinguish their care from ordinary Americans — because they can.
The department's spending on building or rebuilding health infrastructure within its portfolio increased 200 percent between 2012 and 2016, according to official data. At the same time, spending on the state-provided healthcare used by most ordinary Russians has risen far more slowly, lagging behind inflation.
Reuters — Political Special Reports
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