France: What Macron means when he says the EU must reform or face Frexit

At the weekend, French Presidential election frontrunner Emmanuel Macron told the BBC that EU leaders “have to face the situation, to listen to our people, and to listen to the fact that they are extremely angry today, impatient and the dysfunction of the EU is no more sustainable”. He then warned that if EU leaders do not correct this dysfunction, either France would exit the eurozone or the National Front would take over or both. I think what he says is true and let me explain why.
On Friday, I wrote why the Euro crisis will happen again in terms very similar to Marcron’s (the link is below):

Why the euro crisis will happen again and Italy will be involved https://t.co/xLFTG7eaJY
— Edward Harrison (@edwardnh)
April 28, 2017

While I focused on Italy because it is the weakest link in th...


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