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i was away from default a greek government official confirming that athens won't pay back a one point six billion euro loan yarmouth she say what his chief correspondent in greece diva babington says it's the first time ever that an advanced economy is defaulting on the i. m. f. , this comes after about five years and the euro zone , %HESITATION in , actuation , and so it's it's embarrassing to bid for defeat on all sides , tens of thousands of greeks , to take to the , a ton of those desperate to stay in the euro zone , a popular referendum on the bailout , if the greek people once proceed with austerity measures in perpetuity of austerity plans actually was unable to lift our heads to have thousands of young people leaving abroad to have high unemployment rates and you programs of loans if this is their choice we will respect that we will not be the ones to carry out , it's very difficult right now to say which way the referendum will go and there are new opinion polls that have been published about and what the outcome will be and anecdotal evidence suggests that it will be quite tight design of the referendum ballot paper could increase the alts