"Yes" and "No" campaigns have been launched in the streets of Athens, as Greeks prepare to go to the polls to decide whether the country should accept European Union financial aid under the austerity conditions requested by the country's lenders.
A new poll shows 41.5 percent will vote "Yes" and some 40.2 percents of the respondents plan to vote "No".
As Sunday's referendum approaches, both sides are making last minute efforts to convince undecided voters. Television spots made available by both sides have run in national channels for the past two days, inviting people to make a decision.
Long queues at cash machines have become the most potent symbol of the cost of the deadlock between the left-wing government and its international lenders.
- Editor:Annabelle | Source: Agencies
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