The BBC has reported that:
Mortgage payments will be suspended across Italy as part of measures to soften the economic blow of coronavirus on households, a minister has said.
Laura Castelli, Italy’s deputy economy minister, told Radio Anch’io: “Yes, that will be the case, for individuals and households.”
Italy’s banking lobby group ABI said lenders would offer debt holidays to small firms and families.
This is, of course, one of the proposals I made here a few days ago for managing this crisis.
You said landlords should get stiffed for the rent. That ain’t the same as mortgage demands being suspended – not forgiven – for a bit.
Snippa’s claim now is that “I said something should be done, something different is, therefore I’m right!”