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IX va aumentar la presión pa reabrir el casu del accidente de Angrois y llograr una investigación independiente

Ángela Vallina pidió una xunta cola Comisaria Bulc a la que va convidar a l'asociación de Víctimes

 

Izquierda Xunida va reactivar n'Europa y n'España les presiones por que se realice una investigación independiente sobro l'accidente del tren Alvia en Agrois (Santiago de Compostela). La eurodiputada Ángela Vallina aseguró güei en Bruxeles que l'oxetivu ye evitar que l'accidente, nel que perdieron la vida 80 persones y 144 resultaron mancaes, se zarre ensin más conclusiones y responsabilidaes que les que se achaca al maquinista.

Ángela Vallina nestos momentos diz qu’esiste una nueva posibilidá pa revisar les causes del accidente. Ello ye que va tres días, la europarlamentaria asturiana comunicó a l'Asociación de Víctimes del accidente una respuesta de la Comisaria europea pal Tresporte, Violeta Bulc, na qu'ésta repite qu'hai que llevar a cabu una investigación y na que, amás, informa de qu'unvió un escritu a la Comisión d'Investigación d'accidentes Ferroviarios (CIAF) pa reabrir el casu.

Vallina señaló, amás, que la Comisaria Bulc anunciara la so intención de dirixise a l'Axencia Ferroviaria Europea pa la redacción d'un informe sobro l'estáu d’implementación y aplicación de la Lexislación europea n'España tocantes a la seguridá ferroviaria.

Pa Ángela Vallina, coordinadora de Pidimientos del Grupu de la Izquierda Europea (GUE/NGL) la posición de Bulc, abre esperances por que se retome la investigación d'un accidente nel que, aprofió, “naide asumió responsabilidaes polítiques”. Nesi sentíu, añedió que ye fundamental que se lleve a cabu una comisión d'investigación verdaderamente independiente por que se diriman “les responsabilidaes político y llegal que llevaron a asemeyada traxedia, y que se dexe d'echar la culpa a una persona que nun se puede defender como ye'l conductor (maquinista del tren siniestrado)”.

Por tollo, anunció la eurodiputada, dende IX, “vamos caltener la presión, n'España tamién y n'Europa en concencia, hasta llograr que se abrir una investigación y que se depuren toles responsabilidaes”. De mano, señaló la parllamentaria, yá se solicitó una entrevista cola Comisaria, a la que van convidar, dixo, a l'Asociación de Víctimes por que tamién puedan participar.

 

 

1215/2015
Petition No 1215/2015 by J.D.R (Spanish) on behalf of the ALVIA Victims’ Association, on the safety of high-speed rail services in Spain

The petitioner represents an association of victims of the rail accident claiming 82 lives and injuring over 140 following the derailment of a train near to Santiago de Compostela (Spain) on 24 July 2013 on the high-speed Ourense-Santiago rail link. The driver failed to slow down sufficiently before a bend at Angrois while approaching Santiago de Compostela and the train, which was travelling at 179 kilometres per hour on a curve where the maximum admissible speed was 80 kilometres per hour, came off the rails. It was not equipped with any active safety system to prevent or mitigate the consequences of human error and the ERTMS constant speed monitoring system for AVE trains had been installed four kilometres after the curve. The petitioner maintains that Spain was infringing Directive 2004/49/EC on safety on the Community railways.

Information

  • Forwarded by the European Parliament Information Office in Madrid.

Recommendations

  • declare admissible since rail safety is the responsibility of the EU under Directive 2004/49/EC (as amended by Directives 2008/57/EC, 2008/110/EC and 2009/149/ EC);
  • forward petition to the European Railway Agency, which was set up in 2004 and one of whose purposes is to submit recommendations to the Commission regarding technical specifications on interoperability (TSIs) and safety (Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 881/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 establishing a European Railway Agency);
  • ask the Agency to submit a report on this accident and in the light of its findings, to recommend measures to improve the safety of rail services in Europe.

(Article 6(2) of Regulation (EC) No 881/2004);

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1216/2015
Petition No 1216/2015 by J.D.R (Spanish) on behalf of the ALVIA Victims’ Association, on access to information regarding the train disaster at Santiago de Compostela

The petitioner objects to the lack of information being released to victims of the Angrois train derailment in 2013. In particular, he maintains that the Ministry of Public Works and the companies attached to it (ADIF and RENFE Operadora) are failing to disclose any details to victims regarding the causes of the accident. He objects to lack of transparency as regards the inquiries and as regards the proceedings of the subcommittee created by the Congress of Deputies in 2013 to carry out an analytical study of the Spanish railway system. He maintains that its conclusions are being kept secret and not disclosed in the record of proceedings of the Congress of Deputies. The petitioner’s objections further relate to rolling stock approval procedures, driver qualifications and signalling systems.

Information

  • Similar to Petition 1215/2015.

Recommendations

  • declare admissible;
  • consider together with Petition 1215/2015.
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