Clio wrote:Do you only have negative things to say about tonight's events, Guy and anyone else? .
I must confess I am extremely disappointed in the way the Greek side have conducted themselves today. To call for a meeting claiming that you intend to present new proposals and then simply turn up and say that "they are just the short note we sent you a week ago" is pretty poor. It's made worse by the fact that the note basically accepted the creditors proposals, with some extremely tiny modifications, and 62 % of Greeks have just rejected those proposals. If I was a Greek who had voted NO I would feel badly let down.
If I were a member of the Eurogroup I would refuse to attend any further meetings to discuss the Greek situation until I had seen what was being proposed and going to be discussed in writing several days in advance. If I didn't think the proposal had any merit I would simply contact the president of the group and tell him I had no intention of attending, "Just put me down as an ΟΧΙ".
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