Would Italy exit the EU, quit the euro?

Many question whether political turmoil from failure to form a government will lead to Rome leaving the eurozone.

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    During Italy's failed bid to form a government last week, the country's economy minister was vetoed by the president because he had previously discussed leaving the euro.

    But it is not hard to find Italians who believe adopting the currency has been a mistake.

    So, why is the currency such a sensitive topic in Italy?

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Rome.


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