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in his first televised interview since returning from talks in brussels alexis tsipras says he doesn't believe in the deal but was forced into it foot to protect the greek banking system and people's savings , bustling with greece does not have reserves to support a return to its own currency , therefore a disorderly default would not just automatically to , banking system and evaporate all degree , savings , the greek government must pass legislation by midnight citrus facing stiff resistance from within his own party there's speculation the rift is so large the leader will be forced to step down reuters correspondent matt williams says there are also other issues in parliament , but the deal is also being attacked by the i. m. f. its warning the country needs far more debt relief than european governments have even imagined