“An apparently obvious conclusion from last month’s Italian elections is that citizens – ie, voters – don’t like austerity programmes. The question that voters, especially in Italy, may not yet have reflected upon is what is the alternative in order to reduce the excessive burden of the debt, public or private, which has been accumulated over the past. There are at least three choices.” Artigo de opinião de Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, publicado no Financial Times ontem, dia 05/03/2013 (carregar no texto para acesso ao documento original)