Italy's 5-Star Attacks Euro, North-European 'nazism'

Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star Movement on Friday called on southern European countries to unite against the euro and the policies of northern European "nazism" which are destroying their economies. The 5-Star Movement, Italy's second-largest party behind Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party, is campaigning to hold a referendum to take Italy out of the euro and ramping up its rhetoric against the single currency. Alessandro Di Battista, one of 5-Star's most prominent leaders, said policies like Renzi's labor market reform to make it easier to fire employees were imposed by northern European countries which dictate the euro zone's agenda.