Sunday, July 05, 2015

Greek voters reject austerity demands

Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected austerity demands in return for rescue loans from the debt-wracked country's creditors in a referendum Sunday. The Greek government says the vote opens the door for more negotiation.

Greek PM Tsipras says Athens is ready to return to negotiating table, now that the country turned a page in history by rejecting bailout proposals in a referendum.

Greek Finance Minister says with a resounding No, Greece can now ask for a fair deal from international partners.

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