ECB deflects parliament questions on troika

European Parliament

The European Central Bank (ECB) has responded to a European Parliament (EP) questionnaire on the negotiations between the troika and the countries that received financial assistance in the wake of the financial crisis – but the EP, which is mandated to scrutinise the activities of the ECB, is unlikely to be satisfied with the answers it has elicited.

The EP is currently reviewing the "bailout work" conducted by the troika – the European Commission, ECB and International Monetary Fund – during

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