German Coalition Member Urges Suing ECB Over Draghi Open-Ended Promise

via: ZeroHedge
by: Tyler Durden
July 30, 2012

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Anyone hoping that the bitter animosity between Mario Draghi and Germany will be any less hostile this morning, following last week’s guarantee by Draghi that all shall be well and the ECB will do “anything” to preserve the EUR, only to be followed by Germany’s Schauble essentially saying this is certainly not the case, today we get a clarificationary follow up by Joerg-Uwe Hahn, a member of Merkel’s junior coalition partner, FDP, who said that the German government should consider the “unusual step” of taking legal action against the European Central Bank over bond purchases. While Hahn’s comments are for now seen fringe, the fact that Die Welt has openly broached the topic to an increasingly angrier population (and Spain’s remarks that Germany itself has to be grateful for being bailed out after WWII will not help) will likely only strengthen the resolve of Germany to not relent to provocations by either Monti, as of the June 29 summit, but to demands from both Draghi and Juncker to accept that the ECB’s printing utopia is in fact reality.
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