The decision has been made. Doing it is another matter. These leaders are fine to do nothing. Now that the gambling commission is set and they all have their cars and expense accounts -- no need to rush things along.
Look at the buildings in Athens. One looks a lot like the Convention Center. They are idle. They are used as much as about 20 outdoor swim pools in various neighborhoods -- not at all.
The convention center can't pull its own weight. We need to take that building and get rid of it. Get it into operation in another capacity and off the backs of the public operators.
SI.com Athens seeks ways to�recoup Olympic's cost Such sights have led to criticism that the government has not acted fast enough to cash in on the legacy of the Games.
'I think there were a lot of serious delays and I cannot find the cause for these delays. I think there is now confusion about the future,' said opposition parliamentarian Nassos Alevras, who was responsible for Olympic works for the previous government ahead of the Games.