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Golden Dawn faces more legal action but is on course for strong election showing
A move by magistrates this week to lift the parliamentary immunity of the Golden Dawn MPs yet to be charged in connection to the party’s alleged criminal activity has added some extra uncertainty to the build-up to May’s local and European Parliament elections.
The magistrates asked on Thursday for Parliament to remove the immunity from prosecution enjoyed by nine of the Neofascist party’s lawmakers. Like the group’s other nine deputies, they are due to be charged with taking part in a criminal organisation. T...
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