No alleviation was recognized to 7 former MPs of the Golden Dawn and specifically to Nikos Michaloliakos, Ilia Kasidiari, Ioannis Lagos, Christos Papas, Elias Panagiotaros, George Germeni and Artemis Mattheopoulos.
For the leading group found guilty of criminal organization, imprisonment by 5 to 15 years, while for members from 5 to 10 .
In case the defendants are granted mitigation, the sentences are reduced for the members of the criminal organization in 1 to 5 years.
George Roupakias who was found guilty of the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, without mitigation, is facing life imprisonment.
The rest of the accused in the murder of Fyssa but also those who were convicted for the attempted murder against the Egyptian fishermen are facing sentences that reach, without mitigation, the 10 years.
Judges' decision on mitigation, which takes into account the danger of the convicts but also the other characteristics of their action, does not only determine the amount of penalties, but it is estimated that it may give a first impression of how their requests for suspension or suspensory power may be dealt with.
The process is expected to continue with the speech of the Prosecutor on the sentences and immediately afterwards the speeches of the defense..
It is recalled that the court has found guilty 57 accused, with seven having been found guilty of misdemeanors.
From the rest 50, seven former Members, were judged as the leading group of Golden Dawn and the rest 43 members of. To 43 Those convicted of membership include those convicted of the crimes related to the Fyssa murder and the attack on Egyptian fishermen, but also one of the group that had attacked PAME executives, case that turned into a misdemeanor.