ECB europe Giuseppe Conte italy Luigi Di Maio Markets Matteo Salvini

Bad Italian.

"[We will] try to respect all the hurdles Europe imposes, but the well-being of Italian citizens comes first."

"[We will] try to respect all the hurdles Europe imposes, but the well-being of Italian citizens comes first."
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3 comments on “Bad Italian.

  1. I agree on everything that you wrote but “dobbiamo scegliere tra il giudizio di un’agenzia di rating o gli interessi dei cittadini. Non possiamo pensare di stare dietro ai giudizi di un’agenzia ma poi pugnalare alle spalle gli italiani” = we should choose between the opinion of a rating agency and the citizens’ interests. We can’t think to comply with a rating agency opinion and then stab at the Italians’ back” was actually said by Mr Di Maio, not Salvini.

    • Oh, I’m sure they’ve all repeated it. But that quote at the outset is from Salvini on Sunday.

      • You are right. The two sentences are so similar in their deep meaning that myself being Italian I made confusion bewteen the two. Apologies.

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