Protests Outside The Cypriot Parliament Building As Bailout Debate Continues


Takis Phidia, acting chief executive officer of Cyprus Popular Bank... Nieuwsfoto'sAankomst,Bankdirecteur,Bankieren,Bestuursvoorzitter,Crisis,Cypriotische cultuur,Cyprus,Cyprus Popular Bank,De media,Economie,Eurogroep,Europa,Financiële crisis in Cyprus 2012-2013,Financiën,Horizontaal,Huishoudkosten,Milieu,Nicosia - Cyprus,Overheid,Parlementsgebouw,Schuldencrisis Eurozone,Schuldenplafond,Soberheid,Valuta Europese UniePhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergTakis Phidia, acting chief executive officer of Cyprus Popular Bank Pcl, also known as Laiki Bank, center, is questioned by the media as he arrives at the Cypriot parliament in Nicosia, Cyprus, on Friday, March 22, 2013. The aid package Cyprus is seeking would only provide temporary relief as it risks triggering a capital flight that would push the nation closer to needing to restructure its debts. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images