European leaders are set to descend on Brussels on Sunday.
They’ll meet for a summit that has been billed as Greece’s last chance to convince creditors that it deserves more financial help.
Greece’s parliament lent its support to the government early Saturday to carry out a new package of reform measures.
Athens’ proposals includes a new set of tax hikes, pension cuts and economic reforms in exchange for 53.2 billion euros of bailout moneyover the next three years.
That cleared one hurdle for Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in the hope that it will convince its European partners to back the new bailout program.