Greece Athens Bar Association Says Greek Referendum Unconstitutional

Athens Bar Association Says Greek Referendum Unconstitutional

The Athens Bar Association adopted a resolution on Tuesday in which they indicate that the upcoming referendum on 5 July includes some unconstitutional elements and has no clear content, after an open meeting of its governing council.
The resolution was approved with 18 votes in favour, 4 against and one who abstained. About 70 lawyers attended the meeting who were protesting for not taking a decision on the referendum.
Earlier, the representative of SYRIZA, Vasilis Papageorgiou, noted the Bar must distance itself from this issue and that the questioned posed in the referendum is clear.
Source: ANA-MPA
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