Protests have taken place outside parliament in Greece, as MPs considered emergency laws after a 130bn-euro (£110bn; $170bn) bailout deal.
Rallies were called by the two main unions but the turnout was lower than expected because of the damp weather.
Parliament has a week to approve 3.3bn euros in spending cuts tied to the EU/IMF deal.
In a separate development, credit agency Fitch further downgraded Greece's rating from CCC to C.
Although no vote is expected in parliament until Thursday, key parts of the EU/IMF bailout will be discussed at committee level, including the debt writedown by holders of Greek bonds known as the private sector involvement (PSI).
Another measure being debated is a health bill that would further slash state spending, reports say.
A week ago, Athens saw its worst rioting in years, as MPs passed a series of deeply unpopular austerity measures. Read More