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Parties on edge as Golden Dawn case has potential to go either way
On a trip to the USA this week, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said his government was in the process of “completely eradicating” Golden Dawn. Events in Athens over the past few days suggest that this will not happen quickly, if it happens at all.
Despite Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos, the party’s number two Christos Pappas and MP Panagiotis Lagos being remanded in custody this week, there is still an extremely long way to go before authorities can prove that the Neo-Nazi party’s leaders...
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