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will the Greek prime minister Alexis depressed appealing to another children elected on an empty austerity platform the left wing syriza linger performed a dramatic new turn agreed to a run off at the kind of reforms he promised to fight , with eighty six billion euros state Europe will be watching the results closely although both sides say they will maintain the deal in general terms , both parties have signed up to maintain the deal here that there was a great in August the bailout deal there are differences on the margins , what it is not as keen on labor work or mostly conservative New Democracy is , so that there might be differences in and the way that they handled it but in terms of accepting the the decision of the European Union and the agreement that we made that would hold really voters last trip to the polls were to record a resounding no in a referendum over a bailout , the result ignored by super , with one and a half million to ten million registered voters still undecided it's anyone's guess