“Should the plan of agreement, which was submitted by the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund in the Eurogroup of 25.06.2015 and is comprised of two parts that constitute their unified proposal be accepted?
The first document is entitled “Reforms For The Completion Of The Current Program And Beyond” and the second “Preliminary Debt Sustainability Analysis.”OK, OK, yes, it's all Greek to me. Nobody really knows what is being asked (read the press accounts--everybody has a different view) especially since the "plan of agreement" has been withdrawn. Nobody seems to know what either a "YES" or a "NO" result would mean.
Insofar as I can tell, we're down to symbolism. A "YES" vote means, apparently, that Greeks want to keep trying to work things out with the EU, the ECB, and the IMF; a "NO" vote means, apparently, that Greeks want to keep trying to work things out with the EU, the ECB, and the IMF, but with a nasty tone in their collective negotiating voice.
Stock markets are going nuts; bureaucrats are setting their hair on fire; chickens are quacking; ducks are roaring; lions are barking; horses are mewing; Democrats are owning up to their racist past and present; Obama loves America; global warming is real; Australians have given up cricket for crochet; the world has stopped spinning; and I am going to watch the Women's World's Soccer Cup. Go USA!
P.S.: Given that the MSM is calling it too close to call, I guess that means the "NO" will win . . .