The new British National Party constitution has been passed with an overwhelming majority by the Extraordinary General Meeting held today in a positive and unified spirit, BNP leader Nick Griffin MEP has announced.
Speaking at the conclusion of the meeting, held today in London, Mr Griffin said that there had been five votes against and four abstentions while the rest of the 300-strong gathering voted in favour.
“The meeting was dominated by a good spirit of unity, with everyone understanding that the party has to adapt for legal, financial and political necessity,” Mr Griffin said.
“No-one is particularly happy about being denied the right of self-association, which is what the court order and law essentially enforces, but it is understood that the party has to put this behind us and get on with the serious business of saving Britain from the ravages of the establishment
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