The leader of an ultranationalist party has lashed out against Greece's socialist and conservative coalition partners, accusing them of working against the nation's interests.
“They depend their political survival on foreign power centers by accepting English law for [Greece's] bonds. This land is governed by [Horst] Reichenbach,” he said in a reference to the head of the European Commission’s Task Force for Greece.
Issuing the new bonds, under the recent debt exchange, under English law meant that Greek lawmakers can't review the legal terms of the deal.
If the bonds were governed by Greek law, it would be easier for the Greek deputies to pass a law that simply amends the bonds.
Recent opinion polls show that support for LAOS has dropped in the wake of its brief participation in the interim government.
The government has announced plans to create 30 detention centers on the mainland to house illegal immigrants, who don't qualify for asylum, before they are deported.
Speaking to Skai, Karatzaferis said moving the illegal migrants on several of Greece's empty islands, used in the past for the country's communist exiles, would be a "good solution."
Watch from Skai (in Greek) - Ο Γ. Καρατζαφέρης στο "ΣΚΑΪ Τώρα":