Greek PM Alexis Tsipras has urged the Greek people to reject “blackmail” and vote no in the referendum on Sunday.

In a short TV interview, Tsipras reiterated that Greece will not leave the euro and accused the Eurogroup of “scaremongering”.

However, EU leaders say that voters on Sunday will really be voting on whether or not to leave the Euro. Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has vowed to quit if the people vote Yes to the EU’s bailout proposal.

A poll commissioned by Bloomberg News showed opinion is fairly evenly split ahead of the vote; 43 percent intend to vote “no” and 42.5 percent back a “yes” to accept the conditions.

Both sides are attempting to quickly drum up support in the few days before the referendum takes place.

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