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"That would go straight at the problem, lowering spreads more strongly." He also said that such an idea has been under consideration for the past two years.
Pushing Down Interest Rates The new proposals come in response to rising concern over the fate of the euro zone this summer.
Many conservative politicians in the country are opposed to aid that does not come paired with either additional austerity measures from the countries in need or further steps toward greater EU oversight of both national budgets and Europe's banking system.
Already faced with signs that the euro crisis is weakening her government, the chancellor is not likely to be interested in angering coalition lawmakers further.
Bundesbank head Jens Weidmann is concerned that the program rewards countries without requiring them to take any consolidation measures in return.
The ECB would be leaving the path of monetary stability," he told the mass-circulation daily Bild.Many are yearning for a European Central Bank "bazooka" to solve the euro crisis.But ECB President Mario Draghi's proposal to resume the bank's bond-buying program in conjunction with the euro rescue fund is controversial. European Central Bank President Mario Draghi didn't mince words last week."The central bank under the leadership of Mario Draghi has pursued increasingly adventuresome contortions to get around the prohibition against state financing," he told the paper.
Alexander Dobrindt, general secretary of the Christian Social Union, Bavarian sister party to Merkel's CDU, likewise criticized Draghi's idea.
"If we take away the pressure provided by high interest rates, then the willingness to make needed reforms disappears as well," he added.