A street vendor pushes his trolley as he passes a banner, depicting a wrecking ball that reads: "NO" and destroying a wall with anti-austerity measures, in Athens, Wednesday, July 22, 2015. Barely a week after their last crunch vote, Greek lawmakers are set to vote later Wednesday on further economic reforms demanded by international creditors in return for a new financial bailout.

The Politics Of Punishment: Greece Is Being Destroyed By Europe And Austerity Orthodoxy

With Greece and the eurozone committing to reforms and a bailout that’s still unsustainable, it’s the people of Greece who are left to suffer, not knowing “what will come tomorrow. They don’t know if they’ll have their jobs or if they’ll have money to live,” a Greek expat tells MintPress.