The Greek folk, after the ECB’s refusal to pump up more money into the Greek economy until the payment of the debt issue is addressed, ran to the ATMs attempting to ‘save’ their savings. Previously the Greek President, Alexis Tsipras, was forced to decree a limitation on the outflow of capital to prevent either a financial crisis or that the Greeks would have spend all their money on more matches and gasoline.
Only the possibility of Greece being out of the euro zone is provoking the chaos across the EU. With the British referendum on the horizon, Juncker himself said recently that, “If the Euro fails, the Anglo-Saxon world would do everything in the hand to break, at a regular pace, and department by department, the euro zone”. In addition, center-right governments, like the Spanish one, rub their hand in a lusty gesture due to the political benefit that a Grexit fiasco could bring in their electoral race, with new parties such as Podemos.