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Guy Verhofstadt
Italy is not struggling because of the euro, but because of lack of structural reforms. Italy should do what France has started to do. Reforms, reforms, reforms, and Italy will be saved! 🇮🇹🇪🇺
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Hermit Dave 🌍 May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Targeting EU and Euro is far easier than reforms
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Auslander May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Let Italy be Italy. Why should it have to reform to suit the German way of doing things?
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Riccardo Moschetti May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Italy will not be safe until we do not admit that our sovereign debt, made by our politician in the 70s/80s is literally killing us. There's a long way for Italy, and I think the worste is yet to come.
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Erik Ramaekers May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Haha, Guy has a dream!
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Mat Flusk 🌹 May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Let me guess, more austerity?
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Russells Teapot 🇵🇦 May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
The first and foremost reform Italy needs is leaving the eurozone.
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Paul Fleming May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
the euro isnt helping though is it. They cant devalue and become more competitive
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Philip Denner May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Yes, Italy should join the rush to the bottom. Cut wages and social benefits, sell its state assets to international kleptocracy on the cheap and generally destroy the social contract with its people. And then?
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Pip #FBPE May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
EU needs to be reformed slightly (just to appease the brexitiers) then we can remain with you
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Rob van Kan May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Mijnheer Verhofstadt, vanuit Calabrië smeek ik u en uw collega's om op te houden met het voeren van de populisten die elke aanwijzing van "Brussel" in zetelwinst omzetten. Zwijg liever. Serieus.
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Nigel Fromage May 30
Grow up
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Nigel Fromage May 30
And thus we have brexit in a nutshell: blaming the EU is easier than looking to ourselves
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Nigel Fromage May 30
Something tells me nothing will appease the gammon brigade. Deal with their concern about the EU and they’ll invent another one.
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europe yes eu no May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
.🗣 “I know what’s best for you little people listen to me when I speak. The EU is perfect- it’s you who need to change. Now bow to me”
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(((HyacinthBucket))) May 30
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Can the EU acknowledge that austerity hurts people? Cut Mr and Ms Everybody some slack, as you do with corporations, and the acceptance of the EU might get back on track. Right now, I'm terrified the Eurozone will break apart.
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Nigel Fromage May 30
The EU way of doing things (which is agreed via democratic processes by all 28 countries, including Italy). There I corrected it for you.
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