Interview with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti 'A Front Line Between North and South'

In a SPIEGEL interview, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti says Europe is showing traces of a "psychological dissolution" in the debt crisis and that leaders are doing too little to stop it. He also warns that governments cannot allow themselves to become "fully bound" to parliament in determining policies to save the euro.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti: "I will remain in office until April 2013, and I hope that I can rescue Italy from financial ruin by then ..."

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti: "I will remain in office until April 2013, and I hope that I can rescue Italy from financial ruin by then ..."

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Interview conducted by Fiona Ehlers and Hans Hoyng