No accountability for those involved. 115 people died in the collapse of the CTV building:
People are right to be angry about the CTV disaster
Political scientist Bryce Edwards argues that the whole aftermath of the CTV building collapse, including the decision made by police not to prosecute anyone, should reduce public confidence in both New Zealand’s buildings and political system.
There is a protest planned this weekend in Christchurch over the police decision not to prosecute over the CTV building collapse that killed 115 people. It’s hard not to have sympathy for those who will assemble on Sunday near the site of the tragedy…
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