The solution to the euro zone crisis will not be austerity. Leaders must adapt, or they will be replaced by the will of the people. Pressure of Greek to leave will intensify as the global economy, struggling to maintain its head above water while most of the world praises its strength, turns down later in 2015.
Headline: Greek offer to creditors runs into angry backlash at home
By Jamie McGeever
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek lawmakers reacted angrily on Tuesday to concessions Athens offered in debt talks and parliament's deputy speaker warned the proposals would struggle to win approval, puncturing optimism that a deal to lift Greece out of crisis might be quickly sealed.
European leaders on Monday welcomed the new budget proposals from Athens as a basis for a possible agreement to unlock frozen aid and avert a default that could trigger a Greek exit from the euro zone
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