May 12, 2012
Europe central bankers have been openly expressing views on the possibility of Greece leaving the eurozone as its leaders struggles to form a government.
Germany’s top banker said it was up to the Greeks to decide, but if they did not keep to their bailout commitments, they would receive no new aid.
His counterpart in the Irish Republic said a Greek exit would be damaging but not necessarily fatal to the euro.
Greece is to make a final attempt at forming a government on Sunday.