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Gideon Rachman

After the latest Greek bail-out, there is a great deal of focus on whether the new deal is economically or financially-sustainable. The FT’s story on the leaked “downside scenario” report suggests that even those putting the deal together have severe doubts about whether it will stick.

But it is not just economic sustainability that matters. There is also the question of whether the deal is politically sustainable? What if the voters simply reject the deal?