From Mr Armando Beccaria.

Sir, Wolfgang Münchau’s opinion on Mario Monti’s qualifications as prime minister of Italy may prove to be as incorrect as all his predictions of catastrophe expounded in his frequent columns on the fate of the eurozone over the past few years.

What so consistently transpires in his writings is a personal virulent opposition to a possible success of project Europe rather than a detached analysis of facts. Mr Monti, of course, has been and is a major player in this project and is therefore, according to Mr Münchau, the wrong man to run Italy.

Armando Beccaria, Italian Expatriate, Honolulu, Hawaii

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