ECB reform to cap votes not council size - Report

GERMANY - The European Central Bank wants to limit, through rotation, the number of governing council members that can vote on monetary policy after euro zone enlargement, a German newspaper reported on Thursday.

Citing European central banking sources, the Boersen-Zeitung said the ECB did not plan to limit the size of the council, which now has 18 members and could swell to as many as 33 after countries from eastern and southern Europe join monetary union in a few years' time.

The paper said ECB

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