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Golden Dawn is declared a terrorist organization, former Nazi party deputies end up behind bars

Golden Dawn is declared a terrorist organization, former Nazi party deputies end

Justice was finally restored and the Golden Dawn, which until now was hidden under the guise of a party which was even in the Greek parliament from 2012 to 2019, is now considered a "terrorist organization" by a court decision. Greece's Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that, after five and a half years of trials, Golden Dawn party leaders and lawmakers were found guilty of crimes against them and running a criminal organization. During his time in parliament, this Golden Dawn gathered supporters around him, considering himself a patriotic political party, defending the country's interests and fighting the system from within, while on the other hand continuing to maintain ties with neo-fascist parties. Europe and the United States. The court also convicted Giorgos Roupakias, the killer of anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas, as well as 15 of the 17 other accused in the crime that rocked the country in September 2013. Greek prosecutors said 68 leaders, MPs and activists ordered or at least were aware of the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, anti-fascist rapist killed in September 2013. They are also suspected of other violent attacks and attempted murder and unlawful possession of weapons. In 2012, Golden Dawn, known for its military-style rallies and Nazi salutes, won several seats in Parliament for the first time after securing the votes of Greeks dissatisfied with measures against the economic crisis and the increased presence of immigrants. Among those found guilty were 7 former Golden Dawn MPs who face sentences of up to 15 years in prison.

Civic reaction

Gathering more than 15 thousand citizens outside the court premises, was the best slap given to AA which took advantage of anger, insecurity and fear for the future of the Greeks, to enter parliament and write a page of shame in the history of Greek government. The only thing Golden Dawn did well was spread hatred among the Greeks and above all hatred towards those who were not of the "Hellenic" race. International media reported that there were violent clashes between Golden Dawn supporters and demonstrators against them. Police have intervened to take control of the situation, where it is reported that solid objects and tear gas were thrown at the scene. More than 30,000 people took part in the protests in front of the court, while in addition to Athens, the protests also started in Thessaloniki. Most are opponents of Golden Dawn and supporters of the sentence handed down to them. What touched everyone's hearts and who was at the forefront of the fight against Golden Dawn, was the mother of the murdered rapper Pavlos Fyssa, Magda Fyssa. After the decision, with tears in her eyes but happy that justice was done, Pavlos's mother is taught to have said “Pavlos did im My son. I was right, I lost a child, but I won all the children of the world. "Pavlos is alive, the Nazi press is alive," she said. The Golden Dawn Party is a party that was founded in 1980 as a neo-Nazi organization and managed to be the third largest party in the Greek Parliament. Amnesty International, a human rights group, participated in and helped organize a network to record racist violence in Greece. said Wednesday that the court ruling would step up the efforts of those trying to prosecute hate crimes. "The allegations against Golden Dawn leaders and members, including the assassination of Pavlos Fyssas, reveal a rift that exists not only within Greece but throughout Europe and beyond," said Nils Muiznieks, Amnesty's Europe director. "The impact of this decision, on what is an emblematic trial of an extreme right-wing party, with an aggressive stance against immigration and human rights, will be felt far beyond the borders of Greece," he said. reveal a rift that exists not only within Greece, but throughout Europe and beyond, ”said Nils Muiznieks, Amnesty Europe Director. "The impact of this decision, on what is an emblematic trial of an extreme right-wing party, with an aggressive stance against immigration and human rights, will be felt far beyond the borders of Greece," he said. reveal a rift that exists not only within Greece, but throughout Europe and beyond, ”said Nils Muiznieks, Amnesty Europe Director. "The impact of this decision, on what is an emblematic trial of an extreme right-wing party, with an aggressive stance against immigration and human rights, will be felt far beyond the borders of Greece," he said.