Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister has put out an official statement defending himself against charges of capitulation. In the statement he claims the deal has stopped Greece from “submitting to financial capitulation”, and that some creditors were hell bent on that happening.
He does concede that the measures would be difficult to implicate, and likely to create recessionary trends.
He followed this by adding that he is "in a fight, which at the end of the day, will be vindicated".
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