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Leader of far-right LAOS party warns of possible army intervention

Karatzaferis, the leader of far-right LAOS (a member party in the coalition government) warned yesterday that “it might be necessary to turn to other forces”, when asked about the much-discussed statement by a police syndicalist union according to which “police will refuse to turn against their siblings”. The picture below comes as the most fitting response to the statement in question.

Athens, February 11, 2012. "Police refuse to stand against all citizens of this place that protest and demand a change of course". Right? Right.

 

2 Comments

  1. partisan wrote:

    Hi Editors, when Karatzaferis says ‘it might be necessary to turn to other forces’ how do you know it’s the military and not para-statist fascist groups?

    Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Permalink
  2. huhhuh wrote:

    As far as i know army-leaders said that Karatzaferis and any other politicians who come up with that **** will get arrested by police.
    I can’t find back defence.net in English where one can find “truth” between lines – sometimes…

    Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 7:04 pm | Permalink

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