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finally to sing paints a paper greece's creditors how bright a cash for reforms deal to pitch our athens wednesday it's a last ditch attempt to end four months of negotiations under lease aid before the country runs out of money mike peacock is righteous european editor , almost inconceivable you'll see suppressed come out and say it's a fact hope will will sign up to this , money talks and the greeks have no money problem so in the end they all going to have to move all to fools and slightly less painful option is to move most of the way , the greek prime minister trying to preempt a take it or leave it do you choose day alexis tsipras sending what he called a comprehensive unrealistic proposal to brussels , we have made concessions because a compromise the month concessions , we know these concessions will be difficult we've submitted a realistic plan for greece except the crisis realistic planned , but your resort officials have branded the text insufficient and say it's not formally on the table citrus faces a backlash from his own supporters if he's forced to accept cuts in pensions , but starved of aids and access to born markets athens is perilously close to running out of money even still the rhetoric from the series a party remains defiant believability , but the message from its lenders is resolute