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Is Europe loosing Italy?

The EU “must act before it’s too late,” Italian President Sergio Mattarella

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Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin
April 7, 2020

I think it was the Serbian president that recently said that the EU solidarity was nothing but a fairytale, and in my opinion he is absolutely right in his analysis. I think it would be best for the Italian people to exit this fake money burning bureaucracy which has shown nothing else but complete incompetence and lack of leadership during this crisis.

Tony Papagallo
Tony Papagallo
April 7, 2020

Losing. Not Loosing.

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Reply to  Tony Papagallo
April 7, 2020

LMAO!!! Italy’s shoestrings are coming loose.
This is one of the most misspelled words. It happens, but this particular misspelling can be found in plenty of professional writings.

penrose
penrose
Reply to  Tony Papagallo
April 7, 2020

The ties between Italy and the EU have been loosened and the EU may lose Italy altogether. The sooner the better.

penrose
penrose
April 7, 2020

RE: Is Europe losing Italy?

I should hope so. I think the EU needs to do the dodo bird routine. Shut those borders down permanently.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
April 7, 2020

Italy should definitely lose the EU.

mijj
mijj
April 7, 2020

Don’t worry, headline writer. Italy is still going to be in Europe. Lumps of geography just don’t go wandering off. I suspect, the real worry is: “Will Italy find an independent path and shake off EU control?”

Exiled in Ard Mhaca
Exiled in Ard Mhaca
April 7, 2020

With any luck the Italians will go and the whole neo liberal construct that is the EU will be no more. Founded by bosses and banisters for their benefit and no one else’s. The end is nigh for the EU.

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April 8, 2020

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Stj
Stj
April 8, 2020

The EU has lost all credibility because as soon as this virus appeared it was every “man” for himself.
As the Serbian President said EU solidarity is a myth. All we hear is platitudes of the usually statements but no practical help. It has taken Russia, Cuba and China to provide real assistance.
But where is NATO? Nowhere to be seen or it is seen via its press releases announcing how they are giving a helping hand when in fact it the Chinese or Russians that are providing the assistance.

John F Cooke
John F Cooke
April 8, 2020

Loss of unity?? Was there ever any unity in the first place?

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