The IMF just threw some shade on Greece's reform proposals

Christine lagardeREUTERS/Yuri GripasIMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde

Under the agreement hashed out last week between the Eurogroup and Greece, the Greek government had to propose a comprehensive list of reforms over the weekend.

Late Monday, Greece presented those reforms (the letter in full is below). The government now has four months worth of bailout extension to get its affairs in order before meeting once again with its creditors.

The European Commission put out a statement calling the list “sufficiently comprehensive to be a valid starting point.”

The IMF, however, isn’t so impressed. IMF head Christine Lagarde sent a letter to Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem expressing reservations this morning. She wants Greece to include more details.

“While the authorities’ list is comprehensive, it is generally not very specific,” the Lagarde letter reads.

Here’s the full Greek letter:

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