When the parliamentary elections in Italy at the beginning of 2013 resulted in no clear political leadership, there were predictions that the financial crisis would return with force and that the euro might quickly collapse. Since the already agreed upon euro bailout fund was not large enough to deal with such a crisis, there was great concern in Germany and other donor countries.
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