“The ‘No’ vote in the referendum will restart the negotiation on Monday. Based on the unity of the Greek people and the rejection of ultimatums, the Greek government will negotiate with better terms,” said government spokesman Gavriil Sakellaridis on Thursday.
Sakellaridis noted that “the Greek government has given a difficult battle so that pensions are not reduced,” adding that five years of bailout programs led to pensions cuts of 14 billion euros which, however, were not enough for creditors and the domestic Troika.
“As days go by, more and more people understand the reality. More and more break the fear, close their ears to the unprecedented propaganda, do not succumb to blackmail,” he concluded.