The Greek referendum on whether to accept demands from international lenders has torn families and friends apart on either side.
New Democracy Conservative leader Antonis Samaras is urging a “Yes” vote and says if it goes the other way Greece will be out of the Eurozone.
Greeks are voting on their grim future: more of austerity cuts or the country’s potentially catastrophic exit from the 19-nation Eurozone.
Greeks were voting July 5 in a critical bailout referendum, with opinion polls showing people evenly split on whether to accept creditors’ proposals for more austerity in exchange for rescue loans, or defiantly reject the deal.
Greece’s Prime Minister is urging citizens to vote “no” in the July 5 austerity referendum and shun those who threaten economic ultimatums.
The lengthy, complex, convoluted questions being put to Greek voters about whether to accept or reject the troika’s proposal is baffling to many.
Greeks packed city squares for dueling rallies late into the night July 3, as polls showed a dead heat between the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ camps ahead of a bailout referendum July 5 that could be Greece’s most important vote since it joined the European Union.
A poll for the July 5 referendum on reforms demanded by international lenders showed 41.5 percent will vote “yes” and 40.2 percent “no,”.
Divided Greeks are lining up to vote yes or no in the critical July 5 referendum but say they have no idea what they’re voting for.
Three former Greek prime ministers and the current mayor of Athens urged the people of Greece to vote “yes” in the upcoming (July 5) referendum […]