I think they will propose plans and talk about long term fixes but then whene the crisis continues to bite and the national leaders are ready they will role out the plan in a much shorter time frame.
This following quote from the Telegraph reminds me of the beast trampling down the remainder:
09.55 Spain isn't keen on a full bailout, as seen by Greece, Portugal and Ireland, instead calling for direct recapitalisation of its struggling banks by the eurozone bailout fund, the EFSF. In any case, it argues, it's too big to bailout directly.
There's a strong editorial by Ignacio Camacho on Spain's ABC which shows exactly how the troika inspectors and austerity measures which come part and parcel with European bailouts are seen:
They call it a rescue, but in reality it is a kidnapping; they take over the sovereignty of the nation concerned and wire it up to shock treatment, until the now-happy patient relaxes a little. They are the Men in Black, the flying emissaries from the dreaded EU troika, the commissioners that Merkel sends to impose her airtight budgetary discipline. It’s a pitiless brigade whose presence always sparks panic in governments when things start to go the way they are going in Spain.
Starting with pensions and unemployment benefits, they move on to taxes and civil service salaries and end up selling off all the assets that can be bought. When they finish, they leave the economy burned to the ground and politics mowed down to stubble, and depart arm-in-arm with the patient brushing the dust off their shoes. They may be able to clean up a nation that has sunk, but if there is any possibility of recovery they will leave it buried it under the rubble.
Blessed is a man who perseveres under trial; for once he has been approved, he will receive the crown of life which the Lord has promised to those who love Him.