Government feels the heat over investigation on anniversary of Tempe rail crash

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Disasters, Justice, New Democracy

One year on from the train collision at Tempe which claimed the lives of 57 passengers and railway staff, the government is battling to defend the investigation of the accident against accusations of a cover-up.

On the eve of the one-year anniversary of the crash, chief government spokesman Pavlos Marinakis told media that “the government did not act or legislate with the aim of covering up the tragic accident”, while he accused the opposition of politicising t...

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