Euro entry means democracy deficit-Swedish cbanker

Swedes would be less able to call the people who decide their monetary policy to account if the country joined the EU's single currency, the deputy governor of the country's central bank said on Mar 8, 2001. "The Swedish people's possibility to hold decision-makers responsible would be significantly reduced," Villy Bergstrom wrote in an article to be published in the central bank's monetary policy quarterly.

Sweden became a member of the European Union in 1995 but has remained, together with B

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