European leaders have reached an agreement and have offered a third bailout for Greece.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras now must try and convince his parliament that the deal is realistic for Greece.
The bailout gives Greece money to keep the country moving but it does require them to bring in a number of changes to their tax and pension system.mthese changes have to be made quickly for the bailout to go through.
Critics have described the deal as “very bad”, saying the Eurozone is effectively taking over financial control of the country.
The leaders hammered out the proposal on the sidelines of an emergency summit of the 19 countries that use the euro currency.