After 60% of the electorate rejected his proposed constitutional reforms, Matteo Renzi announced his resignation as Italian prime minister. Now Italy is getting its 64th government in 70 years, this amid concerns over the future of Italian banks. Did the voters reject reform or Renzi? And what impact might the referendum results have on the euro and the EU? We put these questions to Italy's Europe Minister, Sandro Gozi, and to Jean-Claude Trichet, former president of the European Central Bank.
A programme presented by Eve Irvine
Produced by Isabelle Romero and Anaïs Guérard
Italian European Affairs Minister
Former president of the European Central Bank