Italy’s populist government slams central bank leaders in ahead of Europe elections

Italy’s coalition government has taken aim at the country’s central bank and stock market regulator as it intensifies its attacks on establishment figures in the run-up to the European Parliament election in May.

Matteo Salvini, deputy Prime Minister and head of the right-wing League party said on Saturday: “The management of the Bank of Italy and (market watchdog) Consob (Italy’s stock market regulator) have to be completely cleared out… We are here because those who should have supervised didn’t supervise.”

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