Those who pay attention to world events know that not all is right with the world. Greece is just another chapter of that and it has its own share of unique problems as well.
The Greek government has come together to hold a referendum and decide whether or not to enact any austerity measures demanded by international organizations. In response to this, thousands of Greek citizens have come out to hold protests and march against the austerity vote, hoping for a No Vote result.
The referendum was called together by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, though at the same time he is campaigning for the No Vote that so many are protesting. The No Vote would be a rejection of the austerity proposal and this move could mean Greece is removed from the European Union as a member country, according to other European countries. Still, The Aspire New Brunswick says many protesters have said that rejecting the deal may be the break the country needs even though it would come at the cost of leaving the EU and force them to stop using euros as currency.
In fact many protesters said that they are more against the austerity deal rather than the use of currency and have suggested that enact this austerity measure would doom the country that has already suffered through a declining economy for the past five years.