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    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
    • Opening New Page in History: Greferendum Celebrations
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    Ten million Greeks were eligible to vote for or against a set of austerity measures proposed by international creditors in exchange for financial assistance.

    Above: "No" supporters celebrate referendum results on a street in central in Athens, Greece July 5, 2015.

    July 5, 2015, became a historic day in Greece’s modern history. The results of the Greek referendum (“Greferendum”) may plunge the country into a deep economic crisis or become a springboard for an economic miracle – no one can say for sure now. But Greeks will remember this day for years – the day when they took full responsibility for their future.

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    Greece's Gordian Knot: Syriza Tackles Austerity (404)
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    Greferendum, celebration, referendum, bailout, austerity measures, Greek Bailout Referendum, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Alexis Tsipras, Antonis Samaras, Greece
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