According to several international media, the Greek May 6 elections will not provide the solution to any problems of the country. On the contrary, they refer to the possibility of political chaos after this Sunday’s elections, which would be a disaster for the Greek state.
British newspaper The Sunday Times writes that the Greek extremists party Golden Dawn promises to send all foreigners outside Greece and seal the borders with mines. The extremists have the swastika as their symbol and according to the exit polls, they may get 5% of the votes, which equals to almost 15 deputies in the Greek Parliament.
“It will be a hot June,” comments the British journalist, suggesting that there might be upheaval in Greece after the elections. “Many small political parties became popular due to the fact they are opposed to the austerity measures and the Memorandum,” continues the journalist.
Golden Dawn uses the uncertainty in Greece for its benefit. “One of the reasons of the Greek extremists’ popularity is the fact that they deliver food and other essentials to impoverished citizens,” concludes the journalist.