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Kammenos ups rhetoric but Independent Greeks' future unclear
The leader of anti-bailout Independent Greeks, Panos Kammenos, has never been reluctant to express his opinion but when this view fails to meet with the approval of his own spokesman, it is clear that nothing about the party's future can be taken for granted.
Kammenos loves to court controversy and his claim on a late night talk show on Monday that he regards PASOK as a "criminal organisation" was the latest in a long line of such pronouncements. He defended his comment by citing PASOK's failure to investiga...
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