A successful event on monetary reform was held in the Finnish Parliament, featuring valuable expert analysis of sovereign money and MPs who support "QE for People".
This summer a group of Canadian German and Spanish monetary reformers were present at the World Social Forum to educate activists from all over the world about the implications of money creation.
A new report on sovereign money produced by KPMG-Iceland for the Prime Minister was released on September 5th. It was presented to the central bank governor at an event in Reykjavik.
On March 16th, the Dutch Parliament’s plenary assembly adopted two motions committing the government to carry out further research on money creation.
The resolution pushed by 11 members of Parliament to investigate the Icelandic monetary reform and consider the switch to a sovereign... View Article
Two weeks ago 34 monetary reform activists, from Iceland to South Africa, got together in Brussels for a training organised... View Article
The Federal Government of Switzerland has adopted a negative opinion on the citizens' initiative proposing to prohibit money creation by private banks.
The Swiss population will be the first in the world to vote on their banking and monetary system after a citizens' initiative collects 105,000 signatures.
Following a successful citizens' initiative on monetary reform, a preliminary hearing was held a the Dutch Parliament.
Members of the Icelandic Parliament have submitted a motion to review Iceland’s monetary system and look at alternative monetary systems.