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last minute campaigning on the streets of athens , neither side with the time no money for a formal operation , instead getting that message out as best they can ahead of sunday's crucial referendum german finance minister wolfgang shortly and unwilling poster boy for the no campaign , both sides will hold major rallies on friday with the vote still too close to call anybody metodo there's no future here anymore , the previous government had made some promises but never actually did anything , the current government appears to be amateurs , i feel i am shaking to be honest occult say whether i will vote yes or not amy bedrooms nnnnn i'm in favor of the referendum in my opinion it promotes democracy people be able to make a decision this is good , whatever the outcome there's no escaping greece's problems the i. m. f. saying the country needs a whopping fifty billion euros over the next three years to stay afloat , the assessment comes just days after athens defaulted on part of its time f. dent , and also recommend significance debt relief , prime minister alexis tsipras is confident the problems won't last long unlimited his adore him if the no vote wins and the new is stronger i assure you the very next day i will be in brussels and a deal will be signed , its allies on the political uncertainty , the coalition begins to crumble four deputies from the right wing independent creeks party quiz on thursday edging greeks to bank the bailout plan , either way the outcome could be entirely academic the lenders proposals that the ballot is supposedly about and no longer even on the table