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In Europe today, Greece and the Greek people are synonymous with resistance and dignity, and this struggle will be continued together for another four years.
The Greek people know this and, although they voted no in the referendum, they still wanted to stay in the Euro, only voting no to boost the negotiating position of the Syrzia Government.
The rejection of the European bailout terms in the referendum this month is only the latest example of the Greek people sticking a finger in the eye of Europe even if it means suffering financial calamity.
In defying the bankers, France and Germany, the Greek people speak for everyone in Europe fighting for fairness and social justice.
THE Greek people have been led astray by their feckless government.
There is no chance of us winning the next election if the party carries on as it has been" TV's Lord (Melvyn) Bragg castigates the former Labour leader "It's fantastic to see the courage of the Greek people in the face of political and economic bullying from Brussels," Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, hailing the Greek referendum result and claiming that the EU project was now dying
That happened on Sunday night, when it emerged that the Greek people had said aACAyno' to continuing to engage with their creditors on the same suffocating terms," said the Guardian in an editorial.
We want to understand what the Greek people have said.
The Greek people voted a resounding 'no' on Sunday where the leftist Syriza government deferred a decision to accept or reject a fresh bailout deal with international lenders to a referendum.
MP Jumblatt was speaking on Monday in his weekly stance to al-Anbaa electronic newspaper, whereby he indicated that the Greek people have scored an important victory through its longstanding democracy.
That is the question being mulled by the Greek people expected to decisively answer in what's billed as a yes/no referendum on yet more belt-tightening scheduled for July 5.
The left-wing Syriza leader said proposals put forward by international creditors would place "unbearable" burdens on the Greek people and the government will now campaign for a "No" vote.