There is a fundamental contradiction here, Syriza want to effectively break the Eurozone's rules by not repaying debt, by being let off various taxing, spending and budget deficit strictures as laid down by Berlin.
But at the same time they, and 75% of Greek voters, do not want to leave the Euro.
They believe they can square that circle by mediation but the German central bank is already saying that is not going to happen.
The problem for the Eurozone is that Spain, Italy, France all have anti-austerity parties as well. If they let the Greeks go their own way, everyone else will want to do the same.
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