Having a Say Bundestag's Rights Could Threaten Euro Rescue

The German parliament has secured far-reaching rights to decide on the actions of the euro rescue fund. But several German politicians are warning that the Bundestag's determination to have its say could threaten efforts to save the euro, by hindering the fund's ability to act quickly. By SPIEGEL Staff
The Bundestag wants a say in the euro rescue efforts.

The Bundestag wants a say in the euro rescue efforts.

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Translated from the German by Paul Cohen