ATHENS, Greece – The latest on the Greek financial crisis (all times Athens local):
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says his country has submitted a broad proposal to get another rescue plan and will present details in the coming days.
His government faces a Thursday deadline to present the detailed plan on how to save Greece from financial ruin, before a European Union summit Sunday.
Tsipras says his country wants a deal that will mean a definitive end to Greece's protracted financial crisis, and that last Sunday's referendum result does not mean a break with Europe.
Speaking to the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday, Tsipras says Greece's troubles date to long before he took office five months ago.
European leaders have readied a "Grexit scenario" about a possible exit from the euro.