Greece votes no in referendum

At Sunday's night's referendum, a majority of Greek's rejected a deal with the country's creditors aimed at giving the country another emergency loan in return for savings on the state budget.

Voters celebrate 'no' in referendum vote Sunday night in Athens. | Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP/POLFOTO

The result came to a resounding 'no' when the Greek people voted in Sunday night's referendum to decide whether Greece should accept a deal to secure an emergency loan on conditions set by the EU and the International Monetary Fund, IMF, on June 25th.

Around 61 percent of the Greeks voted no the deal, which would entail major economic reforms and a debt repayment plan.

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