Europeans expressed mixed opinions on Greece's decision to reject euro zone austerity measures. Julie Noce reports.
All eyes are on Greece Monday after the country voted to reject the terms of a euro zone bailout plan a day before. Prime Minster Alexis Tsipras met with political party leaders where he was expected to ask them for a united front as he plans to start fresh negotiations with international lenders. The vote calls into question whether the country can or should remain in the European Union. In Spain, where residents are also fed-up with austerity measures, some said voters made the right decision. They've confirmed that austerity has made things worse, this woman said. Which is more or less what has happened here. But elsewhere, the vote was seen as a snub. Public opinion of the Greek crisis in Germany - the EU's largest economy - is fading fast. We really have to get a solution, this person said. Either Greece stays in the EU and accepts everything, or they leave. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will meet in Paris later in the day. An emergency summit of European leaders is scheduled to take place in Brussels on Tuesday.