(ANSA) - Rome, April 9 - Italy will try to change EU
austerity rules once it has gained credibility by achieving
structural reforms, Premier Matteo Renzi said Wednesday.
"We want to change Europe's rules...but until we have
changed the Senate, the labour market and the civil service,
what credibility can we take to Europe to demand change", he
Renzi is set to make sweeping reforms to make government
easier, kick start the economy and fight rampant unemployment
and poverty after Italy's longest postwar recession.