What happened after the last Eurogroup

July 1st, 2015: Varoufakis explains why he advocates to vote NO in the referendum

July 5th, 2015: Despite the banks being closed and massive media propaganda for the YES, the NO (Greek “OXI”) unexpectedly wins by over 61%.

July 6th, 2015: After learning that Prime Minister Tsipras intends to squander this capital and capitulate, Varoufakis resigns.

July 12th, 2015: The Euro Summit Statement is a document of surrender.

August 17th, 2015: The 3rd MoU is now enshrined in Greek law. Read an annotated version of it here.

The Eurogroup continues to determine Greek government policy.

Yanis Varoufakis continues to resist: first founding the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25) in February 2016, in order to create pan-European support for a different kind of EU, and then founding MeRA25, a Greek party controlled by DiEM25, which won 9 seats at the national election in 2019. This means that he is back in parliament…

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