Minister pledges swift resolution as public anger over rail crash mounts

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Disasters, New Democracy, Police, SYRIZA
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Greece’s newly appointed Transport Minister outlined the government’s immediate response to the deadly train collision at Temple in a press conference on Wednesday, on the same day as unions called a nationwide protest demanding action on safety.

A week after the crash which claimed the lives of 57 people, the government in Athens is struggling to provide an adequate response to mounting public anger over the state of the railway network and the political responsibilities for the mismanagement w...

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