Dette spørsmålet stilles både av Deutsche Wirtscahfts Nachrichten (DWN) og av Business Insider (BI). BI skriver:
… according to a note from Mujtaba Rahman and Federico Santi at the Eurasia Group consultancy on Tuesday morning, a deal is coming. They expect an emergency euro summit, now reported by the Financial Times, to yield an agreement. But they also think the deal will be structured «in the hope of bringing about regime change» in Greece, the notes says.
Notatet fra de to konsulentene fra Eurasia Group sier:
Greece will have to legislate specific reforms for specific, incremental amounts of financing. This has two advantages. Firstly, from a creditor perspective, it will keep pressure on Greece as the government will be forced to return to parliament time and again for small amounts of financing necessary to avert default. The growing sentiment across the Euro area is that a pro-memorandum/Euro majority exists in Greece: it is just not this current majority. Therefore, the more pressure that can be kept on Greece the better, as the more likely it is a new majority will emerge that creditors are able to do business with (Tsipras losing his majority in parliament that precipitates changes to the composition of the governing coalition).
EU-byråkratene, og da i første rekke Juncker og Tusk har minst interesse av å utløse et krakk i Hellas, fordi de meget godt vet at en grexit meget vel kan innlede EUs eget sammenbrudd.