ATHENS, July 1 (Xinhua) — Most Greeks question the two agreements the government reached in June this year on the Greek debt relief and the resolution of the Macedonia name row, according to a new survey released this weekend.
The 51 percent of respondents in the Metron Analysis poll conducted for “Ta Nea” (The News) newspaper viewed negatively the comprehensive deal on the new debt relief ahead of Greece’s exit from the eight-year bailouts era this August.
According to pollsters, Greeks fear that the commitments undertaken will not help the growth of Greek economy. Participants remained pessimistic about the economic situation, with 53 percent stating that they were struggling more compared to la…
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