Heiner Flassbeck: Italy has voted – who is to blame?

Italy voted last Sunday in a way that should deeply frighten all those who still feel a touch of responsibility for Europe in them. But nothing of the sort can be observed in German politics or the public. One merely sees one’s own prejudices confirmed and reflexively admonishes Italian politics to finally turn to the path of virtue that Germany has long been charting. The fact that this election in Italy was preceded by a long process of disappointment and frustration about the behaviour of the most important European neighbours is simply ignored.

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Buonanotte, Ursula

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