Tomorrow the Greek people will vote for their future government. But, whoever ends up moving into Maximos Mansion, the official residence of Greek prime Ministers, will not be running the country, as Guardian warns.
The British newspaper released an article where it mentions that the person who will be responsible for the governance of Greece might be Maarten Verwey, a senior civil servant at the Dutch finance ministry who joined the commission in 2011 and led its Cyprus assistance program.
His powers are unprecedented, Guardian says adding that if Greek people have heard about his name, then they know that their vote will make little difference to what happens next.
It seems that Europe is prepared to keep Greece’s new leader in line so as to implement the reforms agreed.