I was patiently waiting till someone found out...
There was an initiative by the Greek side half a day ago. And it is reasonable assuming a solution must be found.
problem is that Germany is hard fixed in its position and has the rest of the Europe by the balls.
The secret is out, it is using a Mercantilistic
economic policy to further its 3rd try their Pan-European Lebensraum. 9that was as a dense statement as it can get)
So we are in an armwresting game with the possibility to turn into a barroom brawl
germany's position is so hard set that either is playing a hard negotiating game or is determined to push things to the end and create te conditions of ousting Greece from the Eurozone.
The media are supporting the idea that the EU is now hardened enough to bare the exiting crisis and its effects on the Euro, and not contaging the rest of the problematic economies of portugal, Spain and Italy.
Check this: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/02/13/italy-is-europes-ticking-time-bomb/
Practically Greece is being used (again) to bully the rest of the European south. the situation is particlularly critical since in Spain, the prime minister is sinking in a muck of scandals and the radical left party (connected to the similar one governign Greece now) is kickin ass and will sweep in September's elections.
So time is sparce, everything must happen by summer.
Where this going i can not tell.
The fact is that the real battle is between the Germanic recipe of extreme austerity to serve depts versus an expansive economy approach to create profit and surplusses.
And the major player in this game is known for making the wrong act when history calls.