ATHENS, Greece (CNN) -- A six-day workweek. That's what the people of Greece could be facing if the body overseeing the country's bailout gets its way.
According to several reports, the so-called Troika is insisting that Athens implement radical labor reforms that include increasing the number of maximum working days per week to six.
The demands were made in an email from the Troika to two Greek ministries that was leaked to the media.
Representatives of the EU, ECB, and the IMF are back in Greece to assess progress on reforms and determine whether or not the country gets the next installment of the bailout.