Costly neg­li­gence

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The Greek po­lice force is car­ry­ing out its du­ties prop­erly and is deal­ing with the is­sue of do­mes­tic ter­ror­ism well. Nev­er­the­less, it is hard to be­lieve that ter­ror­ists who are ar­rested are sub­se­quently set free and en­abled to go back to their il­le­gal ac­tiv­i­ties and prac­tices. This kind of neg­li­gence dis­played by cer­tain mem­bers of the Greek ju­di­ciary, in com­bi­na­tion with the ex­ist­ing leg­isla­tive frame­work, ends up can­cel­ing out the se­ri­ous ef­forts made by mem­bers of the Greek po­lice force and paves the way for fresh mur­der­ous hits, which tar­nish the coun­try’s rep­u­ta­tion on an in­ter­na­tional level. The po­lit­i­cal sys­tem, in its en­tirety, must come to­gether, re­act swiftly and put an end to the kind of pas­sive stance it had adopted so far on this very cru­cial mat­ter. In the event that it fails to do so, there is lit­tle doubt that the price that the coun­try will have to pay will be very dear in­deed.

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