The split between pro and anti-bailout in yesterday's Greek elections also shows the financial and generational divide between the country's people.
Giorgos Karayiannakis, a trained psychologist tells ITV News that he now works as a fishmonger in order to make ends meet, saying that the situation "will only get worse".
The Prime Minister has said today that the Greek government should not 'delay' action, deeming it to be "dangerous" for the economy. David Cameron then went on to say that "everyone in Europe" needed to act to help the eurozone.
Richard Ward, the chief executive of Lloyd's of London has told ITV News that Europe needs "a form of fiscal union to make sure the eurozone remains a viable currency". Mr Ward questioned if Europe would move fast enough towards finding a comprehensive solution.
The Standard and Poor index have said that the Greek elections have had no immediate impact on Greece's rating, but think there is a 1 in 3 chance of the country leaving the euro.
The US president has said today that the Greek election results shows a "positive outcome" for forming a government that will "work constructively with partners"
President Obama said at the G20 that leaders must "work to stabilise the world's financial system" and avoid protectionism.
Leaders at the G20 summit have been discussing how to tackle the debt crisis facing the eurozone today.
The leader of Greece's winning conservative New Democracy party Antonis Samaras has said today that "a government needed to be formed immediately", after Syriza's Alex Tsipras failed to yield a political partnership today.
The Euro has hit a fresh session low versus the US dollar and the Japanese Yen after German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected any flexibility on Greece's bailout terms today.
Ms Merkel said she did not see any reason to introduce a new bailout package for the country on top of the two "already agreed".
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said today that they cannot accept any loosening of agreed reform pledges in Greece after this weekend's elections. Ms Merkel said that she expected a quick formation of a stable new government in the country.
At the G20 summit today, Ms Merkel said that the new Greek government has to "fulfil the commitments Greece has made to its international lenders".
She said that she does not see any reason to speak about a new aid package for the country on top of the two "already agreed".
Ms Merkel then went onto say that she expects a "common position" of Europeans on sustainable growth.