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a defined greek prime minister urging his people to reject the terms of the bailout deal and vote no in this weekend's referendum , well he seamen me no you mean strong pressure for an economically viable agreement that provides a solution to want that will not make it skyrocket and will not continually undermine our efforts to help lift the greek economy and greek society , any prospect of repairing relations with greece is e. u. partners before sunday's vote is now surely go on alexis tsipras switching back into competetive mode less than twenty four hours after asking for a new deal , he says greece is being blackmailed quashing talk that he might delay the vote but long lines at cash machines are a stark symbol of pressure on the car , the year is a day there were already signs of banknote shortages , either leaders are adamant that no further discussions will take place until after the pole council presidents don't to six tweeting europe wants to help greece but cannot help anyone against their own will while i am f. chief christine lagarde has told reuters that reforms must come first before any talk of debt relief , my suspicion is that it would be much preferable at it to see , uh deliberate move towards , reforms , forgot to be a full look through and by %HESITATION the other side of the balance nnnnn the latest opinion polls suggest the majority of greeks oppose the bailout but that can't has narrowed significantly this week as bank closures and capital controls begin to bite