Key Words: For Italy, the euro is ‘unrenouncable,’ its prime minister reassures

So it’s come to this already.

‘The euro is our currency and for us it is unrenouncable.’

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte

Conte offered that reassurance Tuesday on Facebook, according to Reuters, after a euroskeptic lawmaker from the far-right League party, one of the two main members of the ruling coalition government, said Italy would be better off economically outside the eurozone.

In an effort to play down those comments, Conte said any remarks suggesting Italy isn’t committed to the euro must be seen as “free and arbitrary opinions that have nothing to do with the policies of this government.

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