Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has urged the European Union to deliver on promises to provide more rescue loans after Greece approved a massive package of tax increases and spending cuts.
The tough austerity package has triggered riots and tested Mr Papandreou's party's unity.
He described votes to implement measures worth 28 billion euro (£24 billion) in savings and 50 billion (£44 billion) in privatisation as "patriotic decisions to save our country".
Creditors from the EU and IMF who rescued Greece had set the new measures as a condition for paying out the next loan instalment this month and considering a second bailout programme.
Riots outside Parliament on the days of voting left more than 300 people injured.
Mr Papandreou was speaking at a conference near Athens.