Greek referendum: full results

6 juli 2015 – by George Arnett, Ami Sedghi, Achilleas Galatsidas and Sean Clarke, The Guardian. Referendum results in full. Voters were asked: ‘whether to accept the outline of the agreement submitted by the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund at the Eurogroup of 25/06/15′. (That…

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Greek referendum: how Athens voted

9 juli 2015 – by Achilleas Galatsidas and George Arnett / The Guardian. “The Greek referendum has been presented as a split between young and old. This interactive map shows how, in the capital at least, it also flagged up divisions between the richest and poorest in society. Wealthy suburbs in the…

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D. Vardoulakis: Why the “no” vote is a “yes” to the idea of Europe

Juli 2015 – Dimitris Vardoulakis is the chair of Philosophy of the University of Western Sydney. His research interests range from the relation between literature and philosophy to theories of power and sovereignty. Vardoulakis is commenting on the referendum with particular emphasis on the distinction between currency administration and political decision making in the EU. He argues…

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J. Stiglitz: How I would vote in the referendum

29 juni 2015 – Joseph Stiglitz, university professor at Columbia University and recipient of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in economics, clarifies his choice as far as the referendum of 5 July is concerned: “It is hard to advise Greeks how to vote on 5 July. Neither alternative – approval or rejection of…

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P. Legrain: Athens is being blackmailed

28 juni 2015 – Philippe Legrain, former economic advisor to the president of the European Commission (2011 to 2014) and visiting senior fellow at the London School of Economics’ European Institute, is commenting on the referendum to be held on 5 July: “Greece’s creditors hope that by unleashing chaos, they can bring…

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