The official said “people don’t trust the Greeks” and there are serious concerns that the upcoming election will make it even less likely that cuts and reforms will actually be implemented.
The official, who has been briefed on the debates between European finance chiefs in recent weeks, was speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the topic.
Other European officials, who also declined to be named, said that they nevertheless expected the €130 billion bailout to go ahead.
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