What is the future of the European fiscal rules in the post Covid Era? For years, EU member states, especially those that adopt the euro as their currency, have had to deal with stringent public finance constraints linked to the Stability and Growth Pact. However, the pandemic crisis has changed this scenario. In March 2020, the Council triggered the General Escape Clause provided by the Stability and Growth Pact, in order to allow States to counter the effects caused by the pandemic. However, the interventions implemented have led to a considerable increase in the public debts of the EU member states. In this scenario, a return to the previous rules appears unlikely. So what will be the future of the European fiscal policy?