Most of citizens of Greece voted against the agreement causing the European lenders on Sunday referendum. Such position can significantly widen the gap between Athens and Europe, which subsequently could lead to default and exit from the eurozone. According to the results of referendum about the measures tightening economy and other reforms, about 62% of Greeks have voted for failure conditions of creditors and IMF. All Greece watched the results of referendum, its results were widely discussed in the country's capital and other cities.
Many people gathered in the central square of Athens to support Alexis Tsipras, the Prime Minister of Greece. Such an obvious dislike of the people of Greece for decrease of pensions, tax increases and the implementation of other tightening measures of country's economy will support government's position in further dialogue with the IMF. From this we can assume that Mr. Tsipras will continue to "bargain" for the sake of better conditions of assistance, among which there will be a decrease of hard fiscal criteria and the reduction of debt.
Without a doubt this result of referendum will not find support in Germany and other creditor countries. These results will be perceived by eurozone and IMF as an unwillingness to abide by the general rules of the European Union. According to European officials, the political context will be the primary source of the ECB's reaction to results of a technical default of Athens on July 20 closure of bonds.