International lenders sent auditors again to Greece in order to deliver a verdict on handing Greece the next installment of 2010's bailout package, where auditors will inspect the tight austerity measures provided by the Greek government to qualify the nation for aid in order to avert default.

International lenders sent auditors for the second time in September, after the Greek government was unable to apply sufficient measures to control the deficit and failed to be eligible to receive the next tranche.

The Greek government was able to cut public sector salaries by 20% and start sacking civil servants, in addition the government raised taxes on property owners.