BirGün claims that European neoliberals, who have long become accustomed to getting what they want out of foreign nations, suffered a major defeat but the ball is in their court at the moment.
"What comes next? It's their turn to think. The time has come for the German bankers, French moneylenders, European moguls [to think]… Merkel, Hollande, Junker, Tusk… They have finally understood that a proud people cannot be subdued by financial despotism," the newspaper noted.
Many across Europe praised the results of what has been dubbed the Greferendum.
"The Greek people fought back for a second time against the catastrophic policies of social cutbacks and economic devastation. They said 'No' to further austerity, 'No' to a false medicine that always worsens the illness," chair of Germany's Left Party Bernd Riexinger said.
"The 'No' vote is a rebellion of a proud people accused of laziness, theft and slack," the daily asserted.
The Greeks made a brave choice, according to BirGün. "In the words of Tsipras, they proved that 'democracy cannot be blackmailed.' The Greeks did not buy the lie that 'belt tightening' is the only way out of the crisis," the newspaper noted.