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Photo by MacroPolis PM forced to adjust line over deadly train crash amid public anger

In a sign that his government is coming under intense pressure over the Tempe train crash and that it did not calibrate its initial response to the tragedy correctly, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has apologised for the loss of life and the circumstances the collision occurred in.

Image: MacroPolis Political clash brewing over fatal train collision, railway safety

The government is preparing itself for a barrage of criticism from opposition parties next week following the 3-day national mourning for the victims of the Tempe train crash, which is weighing heavily also on the Prime Minister’s decision regarding the timing of the national election

Photo via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/9SDyrr Train tragedy prompts urgent questions about railway safety

A major rail disaster that happened in central Greece early on Wednesday and which caused at least 36 deaths and dozens of injuries has laid bare the deficiencies in the country’s rail network and raised questions about the possible mismanagement of the service.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos ND aiming to capitalise on conviction for leading ex-SYRIZA minister

The announcement of the election date could be just two weeks away and New Democracy will hope that SYRIZA’s electoral chances have been dealt a decisive blow after a special court reportedly convicted former leftist minister Nikos Pappas over the 2016 tender for broadcasting licences.

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