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nnnnn ball's in your court creditors that's what greek prime minister alexis c. percent after submitting a reform proposal to try to free up cash and avoided the fault european council president donald tusk saying the reforms are a positive step for a package that greece and its creditors can agree on by wednesday evening before any deal is struck though greece's creditors have to agree c. press proposed reforms go far enough not on the list pension and wages cuts that were among the first thing lenders asked greece for , see press also avoided loosening up job protection laws and placing a value added tax on electricity if greece doesn't repay one point six billion euros or about one point eight billion dollars to the i. m. f. by june thirtieth it'll be declared in the false potentially triggering a bank running capital controls , it could also risk crashing the euro currency even with roadblocks cleared out by the latest proposal is a lot of work to do with less than forty eight hours to go