Golden Dawn leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos speaks during a news conference  in front of a banner with the twisting Maeander, an ancient Greek decorative motif that the party has adopted as its symbol in Athens. The far-right Golden Dawn party is set to win as much as 8 percent of the vote
Golden Dawn leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos speaks during a news conference in front of a banner with the twisting Maeander, an ancient Greek decorative motif that the party has adopted as its symbol in Athens. The far-right Golden Dawn party is set to win as much as 8 percent of the vote ASSOCIATED PRESS
Golden Dawn leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos speaks during a news conference in front of a banner with the twisting Maeander, an ancient Greek decorative motif that the party has adopted as its symbol in Athens. The far-right Golden Dawn party is set to win as much as 8 percent of the vote ASSOCIATED PRESS

Neo-Nazi party plots rise as first effort to form new Greek government fails

May 07, 2012 12:00 AM

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