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an independent eurozone analyst joins us live from the city of hania in greece. i'll put the same question to you. why should greek m.p.s vote for a deal that the i.m.f. thinks is toxic. >> well, the greeks vote in prior actions in order for greece to be able to get sufficient liquidity for the next one month to pay arrears to the ifm, and a bond to the european central bank. on the other hand greece faces a liquidity crisis with the banks being shut and needs finance to regain stability in the economic system. there's no other way to regain stability for greece rather than striking a deal with the eurozone. >> eurozone finance minister knew about the i.m.f.'s views before striking the latest deals. there's no appetite for taking a hair cut on greece's debts. >> there are voices within the eurozone. certain countries are ready to consider relief. there could be longer mat urties for greece's loans and a bit lower interest rates, and other financial ways to make the deal sustainable. there'll be other locations making the agreement last win three or four weeks. i.
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