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article imageGreece's Golden Dawn opens Italian branch

By Katerina Nikolas     Nov 13, 2012 in World
Greece's ultra-nationalist party Golden Dawn (Chrysi Avgi) has established a branch in the Italian city of Trieste. In Italy the party is known as Alba Dorata.
With branches already established in Melbourne, Montreal and New York, Golden Dawn has now spread its influence in Southern Europe, opening an Italian branch. According to the Italian Huffington Post the party officially registered with the Inland Revenue in Trieste on 25 October, while the Italian website was launched on November 4.
The IB Times reported Alba Dorata was founded by "Alessandro Gardossi, formerly a member of Forza Nuova, a neo-fascist organisation that has ties with Greece's far-right party." Gardossi aims to maintain contact with other far-right Italian organizations such as CasaPound, an organization known as "Third Millennium Fascists," which strongly oppose the Italian austerity plan.
Alba Dorata is opposed to immigration which it links to increased drug trafficking; wants a return to the Italian lira; and believes bank bailouts are the scam of the century, designed to impoverish the citizens.
As Digital Journal reported Facebook has banned the profiles of some members of Golden Dawn in Greece. The social networking site followed this with a ban on Italian members of Golden Dawn.
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