Finland opposes changes to ECB voting system

Planned changes to the voting system of the European Central Bank may be delayed due to opposition from Finland.

Finland is the only EU member state to oppose a reform to the voting system of the ECB Governing Council, where all member states are currently represented by central bank governors.

The new plan calls for rotating voting authority, as the number of Governing Council members will soon be much larger with new members joining the Union in 2004. The voting rights would rotate according

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