ECB is lacking the transparency owed to a European democracy. And it's harming Europeans.
New report finds 98% of the European Central Bank’s official advisers are from the finance industry.
Clearly, the EU institutions’ failures are so damaging that even those who want to destroy it understand the arguments of those of us who want to
Greece’s former finance minister, with German MEP, to hold press conference Wednesday, March 8, to announce filing a vital Freedom of Information
We know the ECB commissioned a legal opinion on the legality of those actions. And we want to read that opinion, but the ECB refuses to make it public.
#TheGreekFiles: DiEM25 launches petition to support freedom of information request for legal documents on the ECB’s closure of Greece’s banks in 2015.
DiEM25's message to Berlin and Frankfurt.