Greek workers have taken to the streets in the capital, Athens, to protest against the government’s new austerity measure that mandates them to work on Sundays. 17 trade unions took part. Similar demonstration was also held in several other Greek cities, with protesters saying that the bill will abolish decades-old labor rights. The bill was demanded by the troika of international lenders, the European Union (EU), the European Central Bank (ECB), and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This is what a takeover looks like. On July 8, the international lenders announced plans to further Bail-In Greece with $9.2 billion in ‘financial aid’ for Greece. However, in order to receive the approved rescue funds, Greece must stick to the agenda of either transferring or laying off 12,500 civil servants, including Athens’ municipal police officers, teachers and school security personnel, by the end of this year. Greece has been at the epicenter of the eurozone debt crisis and is experiencing its fifth year of recession.