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greece faces its toughest critic it's now japanese tend to have their say on the financial crisis will make his in berlin a voting on whether to allow negotiations on greece's bailout deal it's expected chancellor angela merkel will get the green light from the bindles tacklewarehouse of parliaments after has supposes voted overwhelmingly in favor of starting talks and test pilots , some opposition parties are also expected to say yes , this despite remarks in the country's finance minister that he is unsure greece will have a gas is that aid package with trust in short supply some among locals conservative ranks at downtown athens willingness to implement reforms as leaders try to move on from old arguments the president of the year a group says threats of greece leaving the euro need to stop i would certainly be very happy if the talk about cracks it could stop , and we could talk about getting grease back on track and that slots we aim to do with this program , the good news to greeks is the scenes like this could be about to end banks that have been shut for nearly three weeks will reopen monday