Picture postcard Lisbon. The message might not be 'wish you were here' for inspectors from the European Commission, the IMF and the ECB. The so called troika is expected to play tough on conditions for Portugal's next tranche of bailout funds. But the man representing Portugal in the negotiations, deputy prime minister Paulo Portas, wants those conditions - especially rigours deficit reduction targets - eased. His demands caused a political crisis earlier this year.