Since you want to talk about accountability why not look at the real source of the problem?
There is a fundamental problem with Greece, they were borrowing huge amount of money to finance the day to day running on the country. Practically everything in Greece is nationalised, and as such, important infrastructure became playthings to be run for the benefit of politicians, Greece’s state run enterprises are overstaffed, overpaid, and very inefficient (even by our standards). Tax evasion is endemic in Greece, for example, 324 swimming pools registered in Athens yet more than 16,000 have been counted on google maps. Doctors in upmarket Athens suburbs declaring incomes so low that they did not pay any tax on them at all. The list goes on and on.
Ireland and Spain have similar problems; they have a property bubble that has popped. Ireland’s economy is reasonably healthy; however drinky (cowen) and the brian (lenihan) have sold the family silver to bail out the banks.
So where did all this money come from? The biggest source was the German banks. German people have a greater tendency to save than anyone else in Europe, see fractional reserve banking for how that worked.
The second source was the low interest rate that Germany wanted to fund the reunification of Germany. At a time when the ECB rate should have been higher that it was to control inflation, the so-called “European” central bank was setting a rate that suited Germany. This enabled a lot of European financial institutions (mostly French and German) to borrow cheaply, and to lend on to banks in Spain and Ireland which funded a property bubble in these countries.
This problem should have been addressed years ago, unfortunately Nickolouse Shortasrekey and Angina Mirthhill did what politicians did best, they ignored the problem hoping it would go away or that somebody else would fix it and paid more attention to local politics, or as it’s more popularly known, getting re-elected.
So yes Diskcrash, lets hold the responsible people accountable, but they are not Greek, Irish or Spanish, they are the idiot bankers who lent all this money to Greece, Ireland and Spain in the first place. It’s banker’s greed that led to all this in the first place, and until we tackle the problems of unregulated greed driven banking, then this problem is not going to solved and will probably reoccur.
The regan/thatcher light touch free market policies have failed, just as communism has failed, Georges Clemenceau said “War is too serious a matter to entrust to military men”, the time has come to realise that “Banking is too serious a matter to entrust to bankers”. Banks need to be run for the benefit of countries and economies and not just for the benefit of fat cat bankers and the chosen few.
 Haven’t mentioned the Italians, haven’t a clue what is happening there
 As in the ECB should operate for the benefit of Europe, not just France and Germany.