"This decision by the European Central Bank not to increase liquidity to Greek banks has forced the bank of Greece to recommend measures for a bank holiday and a limit on bank withdrawals.”
It was 10pm on 29th June 2015 when Greece was officially entering the era of capital controls. Greece’s Prime Minister in a televised address to the nation shattered millions of lives by announcing the closure of all banks.
I felt sick and really scared about the next day, the next week the rest of my life.
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