Another day, another make-or-break vote for Greek lawmakers.
The Greek parliament is due to vote late on Wednesday on a second set of reforms demanded by its lenders if it is to receive a third bailout package. But this time, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is facing a growing revolt within his left-wing Syriza party over the measures.
Talks over the third bailout program for Greece, worth 86 billion euros ($94 billion) are expected to start once the reforms to Greece's judicial and banking system are passed by the Greek parliament.
In the first parliamentary vote last week on measures (called "prior actions) including a sales-tax hike, around a quarter of Syriza lawmakers rebelled, making the latest vote tough on Tsipras.
It comes as the European Central Bank raises its cap once again on Emergency Liquidity Assistance to Greek banks, by 900 million euros ($980 million), according to news wires citing unnamed sources.