I find this blame game completely counter-productive to finding solutions for what absolutely needs to be done in the fairly immediate future to rescue your country from financial crisis.
A good analogy is a ship that is taking on water while in the middle of the open ocean. Some people on the ship will start bailing out water immediately and try to repair the source of the leak; others will pretend that the water is not a big deal and keep going forward with the journey; others will prepare to abandon ship at the first sign of trouble and thus avoid the problem altogether; others still will stand on deck while the water is rising to their knees, continuing to accuse each other of improper maintenance of the ship.
If any animal in the wild engaged in these kinds of behaviours, it would die in fairly short order. If you deny that the crisis is happening or that change is coming, you risk abrupt trauma and dying out. If you can't adapt to the change while it's in progress, you die out; and in relation to that, you can mitigate the severity of the change with some intelligent planning to make sure that it doesn't kill you in the process. If you bicker with your peers instead of making plans to mitigate the impact, you risk wasting valuable time and dying out.
It's simple survival logistics. Humans are animals and our civilizations are macro representations of the health of collective individuals. If you are not careful, the hubris that you are invulnerable will cause your fall.