Greece's Golden Dawn deputy leader Eleni Zaroulia may find herself and her colleague and Tamas Gaudi Nagy, from the Hungarian Jobbik party barred, from being officially recognised as political representatives because of their links to Neo Nazi and anti-Semitic policies. If The Council Of Europe has their way.
Zarouli caused outrage last year after she referred to immigrants as "sub-humans" carrying "all sorts of diseases," during a parliamentary session in Athens.
The group is also linked to the death of a Pakistani immigrant murdered by suspected right-wing extremists. Which prompted thousands of Greeks and immigrants to protest in Athens over the rise of the neo Nazi party. Who are believed to be exploiting public anger over the financial crisis.
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