(ANSA) – Rome, February 13 – Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio
Visco said Wednesday he thought the central bank was
independent, saying “I do not see what the attack on its
autonomy is” after Deputy Premiers Luigi Di Maio and Matteo
Salvini said the top brass should be removed for failing to
avert bank crises.
“There is a sometimes uncertain vision on responsibility and
there are those who say there cannot be independence and
responsibility, you have to take that into account”.
He cited former central bank governor, premier and president
Carlo Azegio Ciampi who he quoted as saying “we are in any case
autonomous because what counts is the autonomy of judgement”.
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