The Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (henceforth Stability Treaty) should be seen as the third part in a sequence aimed at developing the European Monetary Union.
This sequence started with the Maastricht Treaty which laid down the ground rules for the establishment of the euro and the European Central Bank. It was recognized in it that monetary union also necessitated considerable fiscal discipline. Two of the criteria aimed...
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