As thousands try to rebuild their homes and livelihoods, Greece’s Government sets out a compensation plan. More than €130 million is expected to be issued.
Homeowners can receive €1000 per square metre for houses completely destroyed and €550 per square metre for houses needing repairs.
Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, has said a new Task Force will also be created, responsible for future disasters. It’s after last month’s actions by the country’s government and emergency services were heavily criticised.
It was revealed a mix-up during the catastrophe, between fireighters and police, left people stuck in narrow streets and survivors stranded for hours on beaches.
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