Despite threats of losing power, Greeks will continue to bypass the country’s unpopular property tax, reports the Guardian.
In September it was announced that the tax, part of a series of austerity measures, would be levied in the form of electricity bills. Failure to pay such bills would result in dissenters having their power cut off.
However, as sales of back-up generators continue to rise, Greek citizens are willing to stand in defiance of the tax, even if that means darkness.
Perhaps Greece should consider more drastic measures (for example).
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