“If there is no ratification in Greece, there will be no plan," French President Francois Hollande warned after the eurozone leaders' emergency summit in Brussels, on 22 June. A day later, in Athens, the prospects for a loan agreement - and for the country's future in the EU - look slightly different: there will be ratification, but there might be no Greek government any more to implement the plan - at least not in the short run. Politicians of the…