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J Delors, A Vitorino, E Davignon and Y Bertoncini co-signs an article in Le Monde untitled "A clear vision for the Euro"

le 18 Juillet 2011 à 10:04
Article - Yves Bertoncini, Stéphane Boujnah, Gilles De Margerie, Etienne Davignon, Jacques Delors, Felipe González Márquez, Romano Prodi and António Vitorino

In recent days the chances of a lasting settlement of Greece’s financial crisis have seemed to evaporate. The sovereign debts of Portugal, Italy and Spain are coming under increasingly determined attack from the markets. The public and private negotiators looking for a solution are making no progress. There are numerous reasons for this impotence: the recent brutal fall in Portugal’s debt rating; the German government’s difficulty in overcoming political – and perhaps constitutional – obstacles; and the failure of a plan by high-profile financial figures due to a lack of support.


These explanations can be reduced to a single one – the absence of a clear vision on the part of politicians willing to risk their reputations to overcome short-term difficulty.

This text is signed by :

  • Jacques Delors, Former President of the European Commission (1985-1994),

  • Felipe González, Former Spanish Prime Minister (1982-1996)

  • Romano Prodi, former Prime Minister of Italy 1996-1998 puis 2006-2008) and Former President of the European Commission(1999-2004),

  • Etienne Davignon, Former Vice-President of the European Commission (1981-1985),

  • António Vitorino, Former European Commissionner (1999-2004), Defence Minister of Portugal (1995-1997) and President of "Notre Europe".

  • This text is also signed by Gilles de Margerie and Stéphane Boujnah for "En Temps Réel" ; Yves Bertoncini for "Notre Europe".


    This article was picked up by various media and / or French and European blogs: Les échos, France 2 et France 3, Le Soir et La Libre Belgique, Telecinco, L'usine nouvelle, Boursorama...



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