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three against one in wednesday's greek bailouts battle prime minister alex is depressed back in brussels to try and clinch a deal is sparring partners the imus christine lagarde the seabees merrier druggie and commission president john claude younker hoping to thrash out the final sticking points , roaches european affairs editor paul taylor says greece's mountain of debt remains the biggest challenge , the greeks of course would like a right off the germans have said no way but what is it play possibly is some commitment to look at stretching out the data and changing the debt profile so it's more manageable there are also differences over v. eighteen exemptions as well as pension reforms and whether the figures actually add up , even if credits is do you eventually put pen to paper zebra still needs to push the proposals through his own parliament in athens , and protests , he has until june thirtieth when the current bailouts expires and at one point six billion euro on f. payment is gee it's unclear whether separates the rebels would actually votes against the government but if they do they risked triggering new elections and a financial crisis that could push grease out of the euro zone