Some 60.6 percent of voters in the Sunday Greek referendum said “No” to the banks’ proposition to open new creditors’ proposals to unlock the new aid package to the debt-ridden nation, the Interior Ministry said refering to preliminary voting results.
With 26.3 percent of votes numberd, 39.4 percent of Greeks have suppoted the bailout bargain.
— Theodora Oikonomides (@IrateGreek) July 5, 2015
On Sunday, Greek voters have been joining in a choice to figure out if Greece ought to acknowledge the banks proposed bailout arrangement that conceives genuine spending cuts and assessment increments.
— Fabrizio Goria (@FGoria) July 5, 2015
Greece is one of the nations hit by the 2008-2009 financial crisis. The nation’s overral debt remains at about $350 billion, of which $270 billion is owed to the European Central Bank (ECB), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and some eurozone nations.
More than 19,000 polling stations were open for 9.8 million of enlisted voters in the austerity referendum.