Four lawmakers from Greece's Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party were charged Wednesday with belonging to a criminal organisation as authorities moved to dismantle the group after the murder of an anti-fascist musician.
AFP: October 2, 2013
Three senior lawmakers from Greece's far-right Golden Dawn were freed on Wednesday pending trial on criminal charges, an unexpected setback to the government's efforts to clamp down on a party it has labelled a neo-Nazi criminal gang.
Reuters: October 2, 2013
The leader of Greek far-right party Golden Dawn, Nikos Mihaloliakos, is to appear in court on criminal charges as three of his MPs are released pending trial.
BBC: October 2, 2013
A first batch of lawmakers from the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn appeared before magistrates on Tuesday to face criminal charges as part of a crackdown on the group following the murder of an anti-fascist musician.
AFP: October 1, 2013
Four lawmakers of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party were hustled into a court building before cheering supporters on Tuesday to respond to charges of belonging to a criminal group
Reuters: October 1, 2013
New Democracy (ND) leads by 1.2% over main opposition SYRIZA, while extreme-right Golden Dawn's percentages posted a substantial 2.3% decline
October 1, 2013
Four MPs from Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party are to appear in court.
BBC: October 1, 2013
Government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou on Sunday commented on a speech addressed by main opposition Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras, saying that only SYRIZA and ultra-right Chryssi Avgi (GD) want early elections now.
September 30, 2013
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Monday pledged to eradicate the "shame" of neo-Nazism as judicial authorities prepared sweeping criminal charges against members of the far-right Golden Dawn party.
AFP: September 30, 2013
The crackdown on the far-right party will undoubtedly release new tensions on to an already poisoned political scene
Guardian: September 30, 2013