Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias suggested on Saturday that the government is considering measures that could lead to far-right Golden Dawn being outlawed.
Speaking to Real News weekly, Dendias suggested that the next Parliament could approve such legislation as part of a constitutional review.
“The constitutional review gives us the ability to exclude from the party system outgrowths such as Golden Dawn,” he said.
The extremist party responded by suggesting that Dendias was "insulting 1 million Greeks" that voted for the party. It suggested that New Democracy and PASOK should be banned for being involved in financial scandals.