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As much as it tries, the Greek government cannot escape the issue of if it will consider holding a referendum in the near future to decide whether to accept the next deal that is put on the table by the country’s lenders.
On Monday, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis raged against the editors at Italian newspaper Corriere della Serra newspaper for suggesting in a headline that he was advocating a referendum if Greece’s partners don’t accept its proposals.
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