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Greek 'No' inflicts heavy blow on EU; Live: Greeks vote 'No' in landslide victory for Syriza; EU declares Greece in default...

Greek ‘No’ inflicts heavy blow on EU; Live: Greeks vote 'No' in landslide victory for Syriza; EU declares Greece in default...
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06-Jul-2015
 

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Greek ‘No’ inflicts heavy blow on EU

EU leaders will have a lot of soul searching to do today, following the victory by the "No" camp in the Greek referendum on Sunday (5 July), which rejected their proposed rescue package.

Live: Greeks vote 'No' in landslide victory for Syriza

Should they stay or should they go? On Sunday (5 July), Greece held a referendum on the terms of a bailout package put forward by the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the Internatonal Monetary Fund (IMF). EurActiv reports, in real time.

EU declares Greece in default just before referendum

Greece was officially declared in default today (3 July), injecting even more urgency into a make-or-break weekend referendum that new polls suggest is too close to call.

Some Greeks look at bitcoin as alternative currency

There is at least one legal way to get your euros out of Greece these days, to guard against the prospect that they might be devalued into drachmas: convert them into bitcoin.

Half a million Greeks unable to vote in referendum

EXCLUSIVE / At least half a million Greeks are unable to vote in a referendum widely perceived as a choice on whether or not to remain in the eurozone, unless they return to Greece before Sunday’s poll.

Caribbean countries demand removal from EU tax haven list

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States said it is determined to have 13 Caribbean countries removed from the European Union's list of 30 international tax havens.

EU, IMF add to the confusion ahead of Greek referendum

The EU and IMF issued warnings about the perilous state of Greece's finances yesterday (2 July), ahead of a referendum that will determine its future in the eurozone.

Emissions trades still at risk of fraud, EU auditors warn

Gaps remain in the regulatory oversight of the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), despite efforts to bolster its security after high-profile cases of fraud, the European Court of Auditors has warned.

British bankers call for review of EU financial services laws

British bankers have called for a review of post-crisis financial services laws, as part of reforms for better regulation from Brussels, which include a strengthened role for national parliaments.

Belgium adopts law against 'vulture funds'

Belgium has passed a law to cap how much so-called "vulture funds" can recoup from government debt bought at rock-bottom prices from countries teetering on the brink of default.

Hollande and Merkel clash over Greece, Juncker shuts up

France wants the eurozone to push for a deal with Greece before Sunday's referendum, President François Hollande said yesterday (1 July), in comments that differed sharply from those of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

German leaders admonish Greece ahead of referendum

Chancellor Merkel emphasised that despite the situation in Greece, Europe is stable and intends to “calmly” await the Greek referendum, while Finance Minister Schäuble accused Athens of “flip-flopping without purpose or understanding”. EurActiv Germany reports .

Greece to lose €16.3 billion at midnight

Assuming that there is no last-minute deal between Athens and its creditors, Greece will lose €16.3 billion of financing at midnight Washington time today (30 June), EU officials told the press in Brussels.

Pro-Syriza Socialists criticise French government’s cautious stance

France's Socialists want to keep Greece in the fold, but the party’s left wing believes the government is not doing enough to avoid Grexit. EurActiv France reports .

Juncker makes last minute offer to Greece

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a last-minute offer to Athens in a bid to reach a bailout agreement before the deadline expires today (30 June), European Union and Greek government sources said.

Merkel blames Tsipras for bailout deadlock

As the blame game intensifies, German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused Athens of refusing to compromise, saying no one can get 100%, while Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel was even tougher on the Greek government. EurActiv Germany reports .

Juncker asks the Greeks to vote yes for Europe

From the Commission press room, President Jean-Claude Juncker turned directly to the Greek people today (29 June) in a dramatic message ahead of the 5 July referendum, calling on them to vote yes for Europe, irrespective of the question asked.

Greek crisis divides European Socialists

Syriza’s call for a July referendum has revealed strong divisions within the Socialists & Democrats group. EurActiv Greece reports.

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Interviews

Daul: 'Orbán is the 'enfant terrible' of the EPP family, but I like him'

Joseph Daul, the president of the European People's Party (EPP), spoke to EurActiv France about Grexit, Brexit and the “enfant terrible” of the EPP, Viktor Orbán.

Stathakis: 'We have made more reforms in five months than previous governments did in five years'

Giorgos Stathakis, Greece's Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism, spoke to La Tribune about his country's negotiations with its creditors.

Varoufakis: Greece's creditors have turned negotiations into a war

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has criticised Greece's creditors for making "no concessions" and turning the negotiations "into a war". In an interview with Germany's Tagesspiegel he explains why a plan for debt restructuring is a Greek prerequisite for an agreement.

Opinion / Analysis

Greece’s unenviable choice

There is no good choice in Sunday’s referendum. For Greeks, it is either the devil or the deep blue sea, argues Uri Dadush.

How not to hold a referendum

Referendums need clarity, which means outlining the consequences of each voting option. In the Greek referendum, none of these best practices are met, writes Dr Melanie Sully.

Time for pollution pricing to work for the climate

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