Source: Guards at Greece’s Parliament had to eject a lawmaker with far-right Golden Dawn on Monday after he violently lashed out at a colleague. Ilias Kasidiaris, accused in the past for his violent response to perceived slights, was ejected

Golden Dawn official remanded

Source: A 42-year-old member of Golden Dawn charged in connection with the beating of a 24-year-old student last Friday was remanded in custody yesterday after defending himself before an investigating magistrate. The suspect, who works at the neo-Nazi party’s

Golden Dawn MP accused of distributing racist material to pupils

Source: Golden Dawn lawmaker Yiannis Sachinidis has been referred to Parliament’s Ethics Committee to respond to accusations that he disseminated racist propaganda to students on a school visit to Parliament. Sachindis was rapped for passing out fliers, calendars and

Golden Dawn loses a seat in Parliament

Golden Dawn lost an MP Saturday after Dimitris Koukoutsis declared himself an independent, reducing the far-right party’s representation in the 300-seat Parliament to 17 seats from 18. As a result of Koukoutsis’s departure, GD has slipped to fourth place in

Court clears Patra mayor, who denied GD a platform

A misdemeanors court in Patra on Thursday cleared the local mayor, Costas Peletidis, of charges of dereliction of duty that were lodged against him by Michalis Arvanitis, a former candidate for neo-Nazi Golden Dawn, in 2015 after Peletidis denied Arvanitis

Prosecutor to examine Golden Dawn raid on Perama school

Source: ekathimerini The Piraeus prosecutor’s office on Tuesday was examining a case file against neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn over a raid on a primary school in the suburb of Perama last week. The raid was led by prominent Golden Dawn

Far-right MP storms Athens school over refugee classes

Golden Dawn politician and his far-right supporters threaten staff for plans to offer classes to refugee children. Dozens of far-right supporters led by a member of Greece’s parliament have stormed a school in the capital, Athens, threatening staff over plans