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Facts and figures on Sunday's Greek vote

Supporters of radical left Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras cheer during the party's main pre-election rally in central Athens on September 18, 2015Nearly 10 million Greek voters head to the ballot box on Sunday for the third time this year to elect a government already bound to apply economic reforms set out in a three-year EU bailout. Six months later, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum in which 61.3 percent of Greeks rejected cash-for-reform austerity proposals by the country’s creditors. A third ballot was triggered when Tsipras resigned in August after agreeing to new tax hikes and spending cuts in a fresh EU bailout, the third since 2010, a deal that split his ruling party.

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