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nnnnn is greece's prime ministers didn't think the sinks could get any higher they were wrong im f. in your group officials in brussels to hash out announcement bailout for greece athens now with bigger plans feminist alexi c. plus rejecting an ultimatum from his e. u. lenders calling on his nation to make the final decision a referendum on any deal now set for july fifth , five days after instead deadline , the deadline to pay one point six billion euros is now being counted in hours not days no sense of panic on the streets yet bots long lines of people withdrawing money from banks many divided about the coming paul molitor the referendum is necessary we need to send a message to europe that the greek people are not in the slightest went on longer and occupation on i hope they hear a loud no , nquire heading towards catastrophe i never trusted suppress and now even less , he is ridiculous and so is his government , no one told them to take us out of europe why isn't he doing what he promised , the great finance minister says the country's creditors could still be flexible on a deadline to stop the country going past