The moderators are too quick to delete comments. They frequently delete them without giving any notice. They should raise the threshold for comment deletion considerably.
As an example, a recent question about the CFA Franc attracted a couple of comments pointing out its unwarranted assumptions. These disappeared without a trace.
Such deletions detract from the quality of the site.
Edit by Philipp: These were the deleted comments:
Ethiopia went to war with Eritrea when the latter country was "ditching" the Ethiopian currency. The alleged casus belli was a small border dispute. The war did not turn out well for either country. It took 20 years to re-establish normal relations between the countries.
First question should be 'does France want to stop it' in my opinion.
Why would it hurt France's power? The currency is pegged to the euro, which France controls only indirectly. Should France object to Bosnia and Herzegovina ditching the Convertible Mark?