Central Economic Commission of Uskor

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Central Economic Commission
Economic Planning Commission
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Former Jurisdiction Zealandia

Headquarters City of Stepenavik

Official Languages English,Swedish and Zealandian .

Leadership
Chairman Håkon Lindström

Establishment
– Foundation August 1 2012 (Federal Republic)
Late 2011 (Kingdom)
Disestablishment
– Wound up March 9 2013

The Central Economic Commission (Swedish:Centrala ekonomiska kommission, Zealandian:Sentral Økonomien Kommissien) was the organisation constitutionally responsible for implementing and overseeing Zealandia's planned economy. Originally established after the abolishment of the Zealandian Stock Exchange under the Planned Economy Act 2011 of the then Kingdom of Zealandia.

Role

As set in the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Zealandia it was the role of the central economic commission to:

  • protect the economic rights of the citizens
  • promote and foster a planned economy with democratic participation
  • regulate corporations, investment and finances within the Federal Republic

Agencies

The CEC had one major agency under it control:


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Uskor