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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, left, shakes hands with Donald Tusk, president of the European Council. Euro zone leaders reached a unanimous agreement to move forward with a bailout loan for Greece, Tusk said on Monday. Credit: Associated Press
Citizens of the eurozone countries didn't know when they formed the monetary union that they were not only losing their sovereign and democratic rights to control their most important macroeconomic policies. They had also ceded this power to people with an anti-social-Europe agenda. Now Greece is trying to get some of that democracy back.
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