The Eurogroup should elect a chairperson who leads the committee back into significance, Lucas Guttenberg argues in Le Figaro.
As the current Portuguese chairman of the Eurogroup, Mario Centeno, is about to leave office, discussions about his successor are at their height. “A person that is able to strike compromises is needed”, Lucas Guttenberg states in Le Figaro. Only in this way, the committee can “close the chapter which has rendered the Eurogroup insignificant” and which is linked to Centeno, he adds.
Read the full article (in French) here.