The June Greek legislative election was held in Greece on Sunday, 17 June, to elect all.
Parallels were also drawn to the proposed Greek economy referendum, with suggestion that the two elections were a de facto referendum. A referendum to decide whether Greece should accept the bailout conditions in the country's The referendum was announced by Tsipras in the early morning of 27 June No prior notice of the decision was given to the Eurogroup.
In the. A referendum to decide whether or not Greece was to accept the conditions under which the In the early hours of 2 NovemberGeorge Papandreou and his cabinet decided to speed up the referendum process, and attacked the Greek.
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Results by constituency. The European Commission claimed that neither of the Institution's proposals, contrary to claims by the Greek government, had contained "excessive austerity", public wage cuts or pension cuts. A majority of European leaders,  and the US President Obama have expressed the opinion that Greece should remain in the monetary union.
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Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou is embarking on a high-risk strategy by putting an EU bailout plan to a Greek referendum: Papandreou 'dancing on a volcano'. By Mark Lowen BBC News, Athens.
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2 November. 6 June A party that had backed a bailout for Greece's failed economy won a narrow victory in parliamentary By RACHEL DONADIO JUNE 17,
As he watched election returns at an outdoor cafe here, Nikos Theodossiades, 69, said he was glad that New Democracy had won. Financial Times.
This proposal with a list of 10 prior action items  was published by the commission, but withdrawn when negotiations were abandoned shortly after. Instead they had lowered their demand for a public budget primary surplus from the previously required 4. The Oct.
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|In this part there were three debt sustainability scenarios, and under the first two the original English document concludes that "this gross financing need metric points to no sustainability issues"  Bloomberg's wording for the conclusion was "that there are no sustainability issues" when the country's financing needs are taken into account, while the official Greek translation published to Greek voters and sent to reporters on 29 June, was missing the word "no", so that the Greek text reads "there are sustainability issues".
The referendum results also forced the immediate resignation of New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras as party president because of the perceived negative result of the "Yes" choice, to which the conservative party and Samaras had committed themselves. During discussions for a vote of confidence held on 4 NovemberEvangelos Venizelos, the Greek Minister of Finance, expressed his view that the decision on whether or not Greece should remain in the Eurozone is not something that should not be put to a referendum,  and called for a government of national unity.
The President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Junckersaid on 29 June during a press conference on Greece that "the momentum [for finding an agreement] was destroyed unilaterally by the announcement of a referendum and by the decision to mount a 'no' campaign to reject this agreement".
Samaras blamed PASOK for the delay saying that the constitution demanded that the ruling party had the prerogative to name a candidate for prime minister.
Greek referendum, SYRIZA, Alexis Tsipras. 1. After the elections of June a coalition government composed of New Democracy. PASOK and the. Over the last several years, the Greek Financial Crisis has repeatedly generated headlines.
Antonis Samaras Becomes Prime Minister - June 30 so the nation could put proposed austerity measures to a vote through a referendum.
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On 31 October  Prime Minister George Papandreou announced the referendum saying that: "We need wide consensus for the aid programme.
The second Tsipras government was marked by an intense austerity policy in the context of the third bailout to Greece.