Thessaloniki – Giorgios Karajannis is perplexed. Actually, it is expected of him in the controversial Greek referendum on Sunday he decides the fate of his country. But so far, the 37 -year-old insurance salesman is completely undecided whether he would prefer to with OXI ( No ), and thus for his certain ruin or with NAI ( Yes ), and agree with it for his certain ruin.
‘ This is a great responsibility’, explains Karajannis.’ From my voice, it may depend on whether my country is doomed, or perhaps rather crashes into ruin.’
Should enforce the’no’ vote in the referendum, this could the national bankruptcy, political chaos and a subsequent have Grexit result.’ Then I’d probably lose my job and also my entire savings in the short term. Terrible.’
, however reaching the’ yes’ votes, a majority, this could mean that the Greek economy would be weakened by the austerity imposed by the IMF, ECB and EU continue and in a few months again threatens national bankruptcy.’ Then I’d probably lose my job and the long term, all my savings. Terrible.’
Karajannis’ only consolation: It is not excluded that the referendum at the end does not count, because the politicians in Brussels and Athens anyway away something completely decide on his head another:’ Then I’d probably lose my job and short or long term, all my savings. Terrible.’