Greece draws 10-point plan, pushes for revised bailout deal
February 11 , 2015
Greece's new government has come up with a plan aimed at replacing 30% of its debt bailout deal.
The left-wing government will put the 10-point plan before the finance ministers of Europe.
The Alexis Tsipras government does not want the bailout, which has been put together by the EU, IMF and ECB, to be extended after its expiry on 28 February. It has also rejected the troika overseeing the €240-billion bailout implementation.
Germany has warned Greece against reneging on bailout conditions.