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#ThisIsaCoup: Greek deal doesn’t ease anger

Twitter users are angry about the conditions of Greece's new bailout

By Prospect Team  

A member of the crowd waves a Syriza flag at Alexis Tsipras's first speech earlier this year. © Michael Debets/Pacific Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

Since last night, the hashtag #thisisacoup has been trending on Twitter, becoming a focus for popular anger at tough conditions creditors and eurozone representatives were seeking to impose on Greece in return for a deal.

An agreement reached this morning, reportedly described by European Council President Donald Tusk as an “a-Greek-ment,”…

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