After Rejecting Referendum, Greeks Feel Betrayed By Latest Bailout Plan

After Rejecting Referendum, Greeks Feel Betrayed By Latest Bailout Plan

By Joanna Kakissis

Greeks voted overwhelmingly to reject austerity in a referendum last week. But now their government is being forced by European leaders to implement more austerity to avoid leaving the euro.

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