There is trouble brewing over the European Central Bank's Greek debt position, but Greek Prime Minister Papademos isn't going near it.
Guess who could actually benefit from the European debt crisis? That's right, the European Central Bank .
The ECB owns a chunk of Greek debt that it acquired at a discount, and it could get repaid at full face value - even as private sector debtholders are being asked to take a haircut. So would the central bank perhaps change course a bit to tamp down the resentment? Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, a former member of the ECB, says in an exclusive interview with CNBCthat messing with the central bank's independence is unacceptable.