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ATHENS (MNI) - Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday called
for Greeks to vote 'No' in Sunday's referendum, saying that a rejection of the
latest proposals by the country's creditors would lead to a better deal.
In an televised address, Tsipras said that a 'No' vote "does not mean exit
from the Eurozone." He said he still wanted an an agreement with creditors which
did not cut pensions and wages and included a debt relief.
Since the referendum had been called, Tsipras said he had already received
offers of "better deals," but he did not elaborate.
Tsipras stressed that if Eurogroup finance ministers, who will discuss a
new Greek proposal today at 17:30 CET, accepted it, "then we will resp