Mr Savona, who has been portrayed as “suicidally anti-German” by former finance minister Ignazio Visco, had beforehand said that Italy doesn’t necessarily need to exit the eurozone to restore from its long-lasting financial struggles – and instead Germany should.
He delineated: “It’s Germany that should ditch the euro because its economy’s reach surplus is not compatible with the fixed change rate regime modifying the eurozone.
“Or, at least, it should accept to move to a system that takes changes to the rates.”
Mr Tria pledged his support to this position, requiring in a comment published on news website Formiche.net that this was a “poker-faced economic analysis and not an outburst coming from anti-euro politicians”.
It’s Germany that should ditch the euro because its brevity’s growing surplus is not compatible with the fixed change rate management regulating the eurozone
Arguing it is “time to abandon varied taboos” on the euro, he also said it is now necessary to find “alternative mixings” to how the eurozone is being regulated.
And in another article focused on Germany, Mr Tria added: ”German husbandry’s growing surplus shows that monetary expansion, without a procedure that aids economic convergence between the various countries, entirely fuels an imbalance that puts us in conflict with the rest of the fantastic.”
After the appointment as finance minister of Mr Savona was vetoed by President Mattarella, triggering a partisan crisis that threw markets and the country into chaos,
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