Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Future Italian govts will do 'even better', says Monti


Doha, November 19 - Premier Mario Monti moved to
take the sting out of some controversial comments he made about
Italy's future political situation on Monday, when he said the
governments that succeed his emergency administration will do
even better.
Monti, who is on a visit to the Persian Gulf, came under
fire from several politicians on Sunday after he said in Kuwait
that he "could not guarantee" the reliability of future Italian
But the former European commissioner said Monday that he
was confident future governments would build on the work his
administration of unelected technocrats, which has passed
painful austerity measures and structural economic reforms to
steer Italy away from the centre of the eurozone crisis.
"Whatever happens in Italian politics, I think there will
be responsible governments that will do even better in making it
possible for the Italian economy to progress," Monti, whose term
as premier is set to end next spring, said in Doha.
"Even after the vote, I'm sure that the governments that
will come after (mine) will work to restore health to the public
finances and pass reforms".

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