Questions over handling of rape case turn spotlight on policing and legacy of Greek #MeToo

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Justice, New Democracy, Police, SYRIZA, Tsipras
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The handling of an alleged rape has prompted calls for justice and impartiality over concerns of a potential cover-up, while it has raised questions about progress in the government’s drive to tackle violent crime against women.

The alleged rape of a 24-year-old woman in a Thessaloniki hotel on New Year’s Eve by a group of men said to include members of a prominent business family has sparked protests in the city and calls for justice for the victim. As details of the story eme...

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