Sunday's referendum in Greece was sharply won by opponents of the terms of the bailout who voted 'no' (oxi in Greek): according to impartial results, over 61 percent of voters rejected the EU/IMF plan while slightly over 38 percent supported it. The turnout reached 62,30 percent.
While Europe saw a flurry of commentaries, president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, [called)(https://twitter.com/eucopresident/status/617798910808039424) for Tuesday an extraordinary Eurogroup summit.
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