or just about anyone else?
EC Chief still refuses to accept that the Eurozone is in any way the architect of its own problems or responsible for finding a way out of them.
And as for having a dig at other countries being undemocratic, they seem to forget that they are the same EU that would make a country repeat a referendum until they got the result they wanted and that they themselves are a largely unelected body who show total contempt for the electorates of member countries
He is completely correct, the catalyst of the global recession was US mortgage packages and also correct that it takes democratic countries longer to make decisions that non democratic nations.
It's always easier to place blame on something/someone else instead of accepting responsibility.
True, but we desperately need a leader over here that will take the higher road for a change
The UN, America and 99% of the world's leaders need to step down, get lost in the woods somewhere and let honest people truly take the position. Otherwise, growth is going to be managed by those of power and wealth.
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