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Greece Faces Pivotal Choice In Sunday Referendum

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Pro-Euro protesters take part in a rally in front of the Parliament on June 22.  2015 in Athens, Greece. Thousands of people attended the rally in support of Greece remaining in the European Union. Greek banks are closed for six days amid the uncertainty about the bailout deal. (Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)
Pro-Euro protesters take part in a rally in front of the Parliament on June 22. 2015 in Athens, Greece. Thousands of people attended the rally in support of Greece remaining in the European Union. Greek banks are closed for six days amid the uncertainty about the bailout deal. (Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is calling on voters to reject a proposed bailout when they head to the polls on Sunday. In a televised address today, he also told Greeks that Sunday's referendum is not a vote on whether Greece will stay in the eurozone.

Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund is warning that Greece needs even more debt relief, around $66 billion, to get the country on better financial footing. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti sorts through the latest events in the Greek debt crisis with Martin Sandbu of the Financial Times.

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This segment aired on July 3, 2015.

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