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5 Things to Know About the Greek Referendum

An attempt to explain the political and economic factors motivating the interested parties and show what is at stake in Greece and the Greek bailout referendum.

Greece’s PM Tsipras Votes in Referendum; Says ‘Greeks Open Path for Europe’

Surrounded by hundreds of NO supporters and international media, Greek Prime Minster Alexis Tsipras casted his ballot in a referendum that has divided Greece. The...

Greece Referendum: What Exactly Are Greeks Voting For Today?

After a deadlock in bailout negotiations, the Greek government is now asking Greek citizens to vote YES/NO on a take-it-or-leave-it bailout proposal by Greece’s...

The Real Question Being Asked in Greek Referendum

Opinion by Paul Taggart and Kai Oppermann, University of Sussex* Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is pushing ahead with plans to hold a referendum on the terms...

Greek Referendum: Polls Open in Greece

Voters in Greece have started casting their ballots in a referendum to approve or reject a bailout proposal that has divided the country in...

Greece’s Possible Outcomes after Referendum Results: Infographic

The people of crisis-hit Greece will vote today YES or NO to the latest deal from the country’s creditors in a referendum that caused...

Crisis Deepens: Greek Universities Lose Access to Digital Journals Due to Non-Payment

The latest victim of Greece's crisis have been students and academia that lost access to electronic journals, a vital source to continue their research...

Greek PM Interview: When Greece’s Banks Will Reopen

Greek Prime Minsiter Alexis Tsipras said that Greek banks will reopen when Greece and its creditors leave from the negotiations table with an agreement...

Athens Bar Association Says Greek Referendum Unconstitutional

The Athens Bar Association adopted a resolution on Tuesday in which they indicate that the upcoming referendum on 5 July includes some unconstitutional elements...

Kalo Mena Greece

On the first day of each month, Greeks greet each other with the salutation Kalo Mena, loosely translated as “Have a Good Month.” This first day of July 2015 promises to bring very little good for Greece.

Moody’s Downgrades Greece Bonds to Junk

Moody's Investors Service has today downgraded Greece's government bond rating to Caa3 from Caa2 and placed the rating on review for further downgrade. "The short-term...

Greece Referendum: New Poll Shows 46% Will Vote NO to EU Deal

Most Greeks will still favor a deal with Greece's creditors, according to a new poll regarding Greece's upcoming referendum in which citizens will vote...

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