Jeroen Dijsselbloem is officially annoying. According to whispers in Le Monde (unattributed, naturally) his rhetoric has become galling, constantly harking on about EU member states making a “series of unacceptable errors.” These being such wayward countries as Cyprus or Greece, as well as Spain, Portugal and Ireland, and also Luxembourg, Malta and Slovenia. The rest are fine. Especially Latvia.
True, the Eurogroup president does appear to have certain communication...
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