Far-right party says the move is a weapon that could cause a ‘political earthquake’ by further destabilising shaky ruling coalition
Reuters in Athens
theguardian.com, Friday 27 September 2013
Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party has threatened to pull out of parliament, a move that would trigger a wave of by-elections that could destabilise the country.
Its leader Nikolaos Mihaloliakos warned late on Thursday night it might pull its MPs from parliament if a crackdown on the party in the wake of the death of an anti-fascist rapper did not stop.
“We have not reached a final decision yet. All options are open,” Mihaloliakos said on Vergina TV.
A self-proclaimed Golden Dawn supporter has been accused of killing Pavlos Fyssas in Athens last week, prompting a court investigation into whether the country’s third most popular party is a criminal organisation…
(Read the full report The Guardian’s website: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/27/golden-dawn-threatens-withdraw-mps-greece)