Crisis is the new normal for weary Greeks


With seemingly never-ending panic over ‘last-ditch’ talks, many have deadline fatigue and think long-term solutions are out of reach

As the “last-chance” talks rolled on towards another “last-ditch” summit possibly at the end of this week, weary Greeks have deadline fatigue.

“Unfortunately, we’ve become hardened and accustomed to all this, including the never-ending talks,” said Christos Griogoriades, a physics and IT teacher in Greece’s northern second city of Thessaloniki.

This crisis has gone on for years and, for my generation, it feels like it’s going to go on forever

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