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What does the Greek left say?

We are sharing two statements, sent to us, on the Greek referendum, to be held on July 5th.

Left Voice

July 4, 2015
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The first statement belongs to OKDE-Spartakos (Organization of Communist Internationalists of Greece–Spartacus), a member of Antarsya, an anticapitalist left coalition.

The second statement belongs to OKDE (Organisation of Internationalist Communists of Greece).

You can also read the statement issued by the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International on Greece’s crisis.

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