Europe has demanded that Greece show more proof that it would implement "hastily agreed" spending cuts, according to the Financial Times. A 300 million euro financial gap has re-emerged when the Greek government changed the way that unemployment benefits were paid. Not all of the 38 agreed conditions required for their second bail-out have been met by Greece.
Europe now has not much choice other than to bail out Greece irrespective of whether Greece properly implements the agreed reforms. After two bail-outs and the acceptance by Europe of fraudulent Greek national accounts, and the likelihood of more bail-outs, demands upon Greece no longer command effective respect.
I acknowledge the Financial Times' article "Eurozone delays half of Greece's funds", and Reuters article "Exclusive: Euro zone ponders delay of 2nd Greek bailout program".