Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has resigned in a shock move, a day after Greeks voted to reject the terms of a bailout proposal. Read about the latest developments in Greece's ongoing debt crisis here.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has announced his resignation. The shock move comes a day after Greeks voted to reject the conditions of a bailout package proposed by the country's international creditors.
The Greek government has secured the "no" vote it wanted in the referendum on EU-IMF creditor austerity proposals. Now it has to reach an agreement with its lenders to avoid a eurozone exit.
Greeks have rejected the creditors' demands, but want to continue negotiating in the bailout row. After the celebration, both the government and the voters should face the harsh reality, German newspapers claim.
With results in from nearly all of Greece's polling stations, more than 61 percent of voters have said "no" to more austerity demands from international creditors. Eurozone leaders are planning an emergency summit.
Greece has voted, saying "oxi" or "no" to international creditors' terms for continued financial assistance. Alexis Tsipras's Syriza government got its wish, comfortably. Relive the decisive moments as they happened.
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