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Thread: New referendum announced in Greece re the troika deal

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    Default New referendum announced in Greece re the troika deal

    Just saw this on BBC.

    At midnight Greek time their prime minister hands over the future of his country to the electorate who without a shadow of a doubt will reject the bailout deal.

    Bye bye Greece.

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/id...50626?irpc=932
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    vote will be on sunday week 5th july
    i owe my allegiance only to the working class

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    He met his party colleagues. They chewed him up and spat him out over the deal he'll sign tomorrow.

    So he's going to the people.

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    Will Chuck Feeny throw his money behind it?

    Or would that be interfering in the internal affairs of Greece?

    Anyway good luck to them

    - I hope they vote NO

    Europa Conventus Delenda Est

    - and if anyone remembers their Greek perhaps they would care to translate....
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    And the people will vote to stay in the Euro but not to have a cut in their cash.

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    Democracy the way it should be. You have to admire the Greeks unlike our cowardly government.

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    Faoi mhóid bheith saor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy horse 6 View Post
    Democracy the way it should be. You have to admire the Greeks unlike our cowardly government.
    We should have a vote on whether or not we lend more money to Athens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalpast View Post
    Will Chuck Feeny throw his money behind it?

    Or would that be interfering in the internal affairs of Greece?

    Anyway good luck to them

    - I hope they vote NO

    Europa Conventus Delenda Est

    - and if anyone remembers their Greek perhaps they would care to translate....
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    Or should that be +358 billion.
    Who owes more money - the Irish or the Greeks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catalpast View Post
    Will Chuck Feeny throw his money behind it?

    Or would that be interfering in the internal affairs of Greece?

    Anyway good luck to them

    - I hope they vote NO

    Europa Conventus Delenda Est

    - and if anyone remembers their Greek perhaps they would care to translate....
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