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Tsipras: Tomorrow Greeks Must All Shout That Golden Dawn’s Neonazis Are Not Innocent

ATHENS — "Tomorrow, in one of the halls of the Appeals Court at Loukareos street, history will be made," main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras posted on Facebook on Tuesday, underlining that "the neonazis of Golden Dawn that have sown hatred, have poisoned Greek society, beaten and murdered, are finally facing the verdict of their natural judge".

"They are not innocent and we all know it," underlined Tsipras and stressed the need for participation in Wednesday's rally outside the Appeals Court to await the court's ruling.

"On Wednesday we must be there and shout it loud. We owe it to this country's history, we owe it to Democracy, we owe it to our children," he said.

 

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