This shows clearly what we said here in a recent blog post. Deadlines are not really deadlines. We have heard all month that June 30th was the absolute final deadline. So Greece schedules a national referendum on July 5, 2015 (five days after the "final deadline") for the voters to have their say.
The only deadline that really exists are the markets. If they decide that the situation in Greece is too uncertain and react sharply, things will start happening pretty quickly. If not, these guys can drag this out for quite awhile longer until they once again agree to kick the can down the road.
People wait outside a closed branch of Piraeus Bank in Athens, Greece June 27, 2015. The specific branch opens at 10:30 AM local time on Saturdays but it remained closed while dozens of people lined outside to withdraw cash.