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nnnnn all the talking will be happening in brussels but it's on the streets of greece where this pain and worry as yours and ministers try to thrash out a last minute deal to safe athens from bankruptcy as one currency even vague kansai bounce trust , i don't care if it affects the drama or whatever we support the prime minister and his decisions , we never found us it's obvious there's a lack of democracy and we are not dealing with partners but with people who care only about profit into it i'm interested in people , newspapers in the greek capital haven't changed much in the last month will sign the same usual suspects on the front pages many with the same expressions , tourists here still holding one he still can many of them european proposed b. a. t. hikes and tax reforms have already hit greece is crucial tourism industry as visiting athens are aware of what's at stake , the guards outside parliament , tenuous if everything is normal nnnnn , the soldiers will be back next sunday for the changing of the guard again without a bailout deal for the tourists still be here to watch