EDITORIAL

On the wrong track

A REVELATION in daily SME that top bosses at the state-owned rail companies ŽSR and ZSSK had huge salaries and luxury cars comes at a useful time.

A REVELATION in daily SME that top bosses at the state-owned rail companies ŽSR and ZSSK had huge salaries and luxury cars comes at a useful time. The recent announcement of major cutbacks and line closures has caused a major outpouring of public anger, underlined by strike action by the rank-and-file. Surely the government should respond by curtailing excesses for the railway fat cats and ensuring that the running of the railways gets back on track.

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