This money could be used to reduce the liabilities of the country.
Greece is abusing of common resource, since 70% of the deposits it gets are debts. Between the other countries with smaller debt, compared to their contribution to the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the Euro-zone, Finland is apart of the rest, with a debt of 7,000 € per capita.
Greeks are taking their money out from the banks because of fear.
This fear is causing a massive withdrawing of money, 5,000 million € in the last week.
In this situation, the Governor of the Bank of Greece, George Provopoulos, has asked political parties to form a government as soon as possible, to go on with the bailout and clear the uncertainty up.
" These doubts are causing damages to the economy and the banking system". Since January 2010 the total number of deposits in Greek banks has been minimized 21%; these banks are depending more of the ECB (European Central Bank) to that depend more and more on the BCE (Central Bank of Spain) to maintain their liquidity.