After completion of the voting process in Greece , both as the first official data polls released by television networks give advantage to No . That is, the position of the government headed by Alexis Tsipras to reject the adjustment conditions imposed by Europe. According to the calculations of the Ministry of Interior, scrutinized more than half of the votes, the trend remains around a difference of 60 to 40 percent in favor of No.
Thus, the Greek government will launch the second part of his plan, which is not to seek out the euro but to use force obtained in today's vote to negotiate better terms with the so-called "Troika" consisting of the European Central Bank, European Commission and the International Monetary Fund.
the financial institutions seek to impose on Greece further adjustments to remain within the euro and continue to enjoy international credit. After the last negotiations, Prime Minister Alex Tsipras called for this referendum to decide whether or not to accept the demands.
adjustments driven by the Troika in the last five years caused a devastating situation in Greece and an unprecedented crisis in the political system that ruled the country since the Third Hellenic Republic proclaimed in 1974. the fear of Tsipras is that an agreement on the conditions that aims to sharpen Europe that situation.