ROME: Italy’s right-wing League has presented prominent anti-euro campaigners among its candidates for next month’s European Parliament elections.
Antonio Rinaldi, who teaches economics at Rome’s Link Campus University, has campaigned for years for Italy to “take back the keys to our own house” by leaving the eurozone.
Francesca Donato, another candidate on the party’s slate, is president of Italy’s Eurexit Association, whose goal declared on its website is “to leave the euro to relaunch our economy and re-establish democracy.”
Anti-euro campaigners say quitting the euro would allow Italy to revive its stagnant economy. Others warn the move would lead to a flight of capital, higher borrowing costs and inflation, Reuters said.__RT.com