Sunday's local government run-off elections, the economy and Monday's arrival of the European Commission, European Central Bank (ECB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) troika inspectors were the main front-page items in Athens' newspapers on Sunday.
AVGHI: "Elections (local government), recession, and.... (early general) elections on the horizon".
AVRIANI: "New 'massacre' of salary and pension earners decided by government at troika's suggestion".
CHORA: "Universal resistance - IMF's 'meat grinder' gets back to work tomorrow (Monday)".
ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Neo-dauphins in PASOK, with their weapons at ready".
ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "They're bargaining a new three-year Memorandum - Deliberations and exchanges of documents between Athens and troika".
EPOCHI: "With eyes turned to the troika - New, harsher measures as of tomorrow (Monday)".
ETHNOS: "Clear victory for the major wager of the economy - Papandreou 'votes' for acceleration of the changes from 'the morning after'."
KATHIMERINI: "Week of tough tests - Negotiations with the troika on additional measures and political scenarios".
LOGOS: "Now come the difficulties - The landscape in the economy after the elections".
NIKI: "And now, the two of us - Second round (run-offs) electoral showdown in regions and municipalities".
PARON: "Government with expiration date - Papandreou will be obliged to call general elections by March".
PROTO THEMA: "Papandreou interview with 'Proto Thema' - Heading towards renegotiation of the Memorandum".
REALNEWS: "Black Monday - Troika demands 24 new measures".
RIZOSPASTIS: "Everyone turn up for the KKE (Communist party of Greece) rally at 6:00pm at Syntagma Square".
TO ARTHRO: "The nightmare returns - Ireland collapsing, Europe fears domino effect".
TO VIMA: "George (Papandreou) calls on party leaders for consensus - Crisis in the economy worries government".
VRADYNI: "Secure your pension - Which women are 'saved', which are threatened (by the changes entering into effect as of the New Year)".