Greece's pain – Angeliki Papathanasopoulou was killed days after Greece got its first bailout, when the bank she worked in was torched during protests. She married Christos Karapanagiotis -- her partner of 13 years -- in September 2009, nine months before she died.
Greece's pain – Angeliki's mother Tota, photographed at the family home in Aigio on March 31, 2012, remembers her daughter.
Greece's pain – Haris Papathanasopoulos with a photograph of Angeliki, the younger of his two daughters. Christos sits on the right.
Greece's pain – Tota and Christos remember Angeliki as a sophisticated, witty woman who excelled in mathematics. She was educated at London's Cass Business School and returned to Greece because she wanted to contribute to her home country.
Greece's pain – Sissy Papathanasopoulou with photographs of Angeliki. Her younger sister, four months pregnant when she died, was "very happy," Sissy says.
Greece's pain – Photographs of Angeliki on the table of her family home in Aigio, on Greece's Peloponnese Peninsula.
Greece's pain – Marfin Egnatia Bank, in Athens, photographed after it was burned in the protests of May 5, 2010.
Greece's pain – A picture of a rioter during the protests of May 5, 2010, on the corner of Patission and Kapodistriou Streets, Athens.
Greece's pain – The covered up exterior of Marfin Egnatia Bank in Athens, Greece, photographed on March 30, 2012. It has not been used in the two years since the fire.
Greece's pain – On May 6 Greece will have its first election since it was forced to take a bailout two years ago. Here, riot police guard the area where PASOK leader Evangelos Venizelos gave a speech at an rally in Athens on April 19, 2012.
Greece's pain – Crosses reading "Solidarity," "Dignity"' and "Freedom" are placed before Greek parliament during a gathering at Syntagma Square on April 8, 2012. Protesters gathered after the suicide of pensioner Dimitris Christoulas, who cited austerity measures as a reason.
Greece's pain – Police arrest a protestor in the streets during a demonstration against austerity measures on February 12, 2012 in Athens.
Greece's pain – Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos is an unelected politician who was sworn in as head of an interim government on November 11, 2011, after four days of political wrangling. His mandate was to implement Greece's second bailout package.
Greece's pain – Greece's conservative New Democracy party leader Antonis Samaras arrives at Zappeion Hall before a pre-election speech, in Athens on April 22, 2012. Support for the major parties, New Democracy and PASOK, has plummeted.
Greece's pain – Greek socialist PASOK party leader Evangelos Venizelos speaks at a election campaign rally in an indoor stadium in Athens on April19, 2012.
Greece's pain – Greek far right LAOS party leader George Karatzaferis arrives for a pre-election speech at the Zappeion Hall in Athens on April 23, 2012. Smaller parties have enjoyed a surge as disenchanted voters turn away from the main parties.
Greece's pain – Pepi Spiliotopoulou, owner and editor of Filodimos newspaper and Radio Egio, photographed on April 1, 2012. "Angeliki was sacrificed for a good future," she says. "But the better future never came."
Greece's pain – Greek journalist Pavlos Tsimas says the country's election will be decided by one of two sentiments: Anger and fear. The former will vote for the fringe parties, the latter the establishment.