Addressing the European Parliament on Wednesday (July 8), Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said his country had submitted a broad proposal to get another bailout and would present details in the coming days.

Tsipras said Greece wanted a deal that would mean a definitive end to Greece’s protracted financial crisis, and stressed that last Sunday’s referendum result did not mean a break with Europe.

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60th anniversary of the Rome treaties

To mark the occasion, the European Parliament has been holding a “Citizens’ Parliament”, bringing together people from all over the EU to discuss the future of the bloc in the plenary…