Polls open in Greek vote that could decide fate of euro
Reuters: Sunday’s election is a re-run of an earlier vote on May 6 which produced no clear winner and forced voters back to the polls for a vote that is seen as a referendum on the future of the single currency.
Photo: A Greek orthodox priest holds his ballot paper as he exits a voting booth at an Athens primary school. (Yannis Behrakis / Reuters)

Polls open in Greek vote that could decide fate of euro

ReutersSunday’s election is a re-run of an earlier vote on May 6 which produced no clear winner and forced voters back to the polls for a vote that is seen as a referendum on the future of the single currency.

Photo: A Greek orthodox priest holds his ballot paper as he exits a voting booth at an Athens primary school. (Yannis Behrakis / Reuters)

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    This is all dependent on Greece…
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    wow dude, this is what there polls look like? no wonder they suck
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