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Reuters Asks: Which govt could euro zone crisis claim next?

Friday, April 27, 2012 - 01:23

April 27 - Hollande looks set to oust Sarkozy in France and the Dutch govt has cracked. Reuters asks which European government could find itself a victim of the euro-zone crisis next.

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I want to think that this process of political fragmentation. Across Europe this is something which will continue to wind up. Over the course of the next few years. It will become a case of -- pressure is building up in the vast -- could explode in in a variety of different life. In terms of a vulnerability you know throughout this whole financial crisis you've had. Add Spain you know and getting things and by one vote and oversee a lot of pressure on Angela Merkel. At home and I even say there's going to be a bit more pressure on our road. UK government I think the next. The next political contentious thing is going to be in Germany for not -- -- change in general government come in about. But that passed the change in mindset in the -- clearly Germany austerity is not gonna bring -- -- as I'm crisis. Announcements -- make a fundamental change and now the German politicians view. He can agree Sweden program the focus then there you could see. A change in net in government ordering -- and the -- and we increased units at and T in their Greek political landscape and that's the key thing to what you think it is true that. And -- incumbent governments of falling. Like nine pins and it may -- -- that they were they it was a move to the center right in almost all cases except fronts. -- for the French election actually is quite quite interesting and in that context.

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Reuters Asks: Which govt could euro zone crisis claim next?

Friday, April 27, 2012 - 01:23