Dual protests in Athens draw tens of thousands ahead of crucial referendum on Greek debt payments
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For Greece to convince the world of their capacity for economic responsibility might just save the union and prove that the newly created EU institutions can learn from the current situation and emerge stronger for it.
Finance officials in the economically strapped country of Greece have been able to make what is being called a critical payment to the IMF following months of anxiety as the country attempts to pay off its debtors and to reassure the EU
“It should be really important that our work is marked by trust,” Germany’s powerful Chancellor Angela Merkel said about Greek debt repayment. Ultimately, the same is true for the success of the European project itself.
A child is already being put into family debt when they are young, only decades later do they realize their “government” is doing the same thing to them.
The answer is right in front of our faces. We cannot afford to not hold those responsible to account. Every time we don’t, it gives them that much more leverage to do it to us and condemn the next innocent person!