Eurozone Admission Requirement Proposal


  • Commission

    In order to ensure the prosperity of the Euro, our regional currency, I propose that guidelines be set for admittance to the Eurozone. Since the Council votes on proposals, I bring the first proposal to the European Union:

    • Economies wishing to join the Eurozone must be at least be in a self-sustaining shape (OOC: Very Strong) able to withstand shock tests, downturns, etc.
    • Government spending should not exceed 45% of GDP
    • Systems of government must ensure personal and political freedoms (OOC: Excellent ratings in Civil and Political Rights) and promote stability. The government must also have a democratic system of checks and balances and open elections.
    • Debt calculated by the Office of Economics cannot exceed 45% of GDP.
    • Miraco, California and Oregon, Belarum, Grossdeutches Reich, Kryuland, and the Weiss Isles are automatically included in the Eurozone as the requirements will apply to future applicants.
    • Membership to the European Union does not require joining the Eurozone or adopting the Euro in any capacity as your national currency.
    • Approval to the Eurozone must be voted up by a 60% majority of the Council.

    This is intended to be a starting point. I encourage debate and thank you for the democratic debate of the proposal.

    Dr. Michael J. Reed President of the European Central Bank


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