European Parliament Resolution on the constitutional implications of EMU (11 February 1999)

European Parliament Resolution which, within the context of enlargement, analyses the consequences of revising the institutional architecture of the European Union on the EMU institutions. It illustrates the issue of relations between the ECB and the other institutions and, in particular, the debate between independence and the democratic responsibility of the ECB.

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Source: Official Journal of the European Communities (OJEC). 28.05.1999, n° C 150. [s.l.].

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