Greece’s ultimate sacrifice for stability
ATHENS | By Nick Malkoutzis via Macropolis| Concern has been frequently expressed about some of the people surrounding Greek prime minister Antonis Samaras. In November 2011, he ousted former minister Sotiris Hatzigakis from the party because he complained that “far right elements” were changing the face of New Democracy. Several dozen criminal cases, including murders, involving Golden Dawn had piled up in Public Order Minister’s drawers. The question now is whether these, and other policy decisions, were driven by a warped ideology that has no place in a European Union country.