This cartoon by Chappatte from the International New York Times relates to Sunday's referendum in which Greeks are being asked to vote on whether to accept a proposal by the country's creditors for more austerity to keep aid flowing.
The cartoon shows a Greek man dressed in rags about to put his vote in the ballot box, above which is a sign with the words "Austerity or Bankruptcy?" He asks his wife, "Which form of poverty do we prefer?" Meanwhile, around the corner an EU official and IMF head Christine Lagarde watch to see what happens.
Whichever way Greece votes, the country will almost certainly end up even poorer than it is now. A 'yes' vote would mean more austerity, while a 'no' vote would be likely to lead to Grexit and bankrupt the country.
Click here to hear the word bankruptcy (/ˈbæŋ.krəpt.si/) pronounced.