Athens in flames of crisis.
In 2010, Greece turned to International Monetary Fund (I.M.F.) and gave control of its public finances to the so-called Troika (IMF, EU and ESF) to avoid bankruptcy.
The increased austerity, the ineffective measures in conjunction with the inability of the political leadership to proceed with implementing measures that would help restructure the real economy, lead to more measures, further austerity and bankruptcy to be permanently on the doorstep of the country.
The standard of living has fallen, but the rage and violence in the streets of Athens increasingly grows.