Greece braces for crucial referendum
Greece braces for crucial referendum


Greece hurtled Saturday, July 4, towards a crunch bailout referendum which could determine its financial future and even its place in the eurozone, as anxious families unnerved by the country’s uncertain outlook rushed to stock up on food.

On the eve of the vote that could also make or break the radical-left government, Greeks were spooked by rumors that capital controls were leading to food and medicine shortages, and questions were being raised on when the country’s banks would re-open.

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