Germany has in place a "debt brake":
In 2009 it was approved with a two-thirds majority both by the Bundestag and the Bundesrat. This decision will lead to public budgets without structural deficits (Länder) or a very limited deficit (0.35% of the GDP for the federal state)
If I understood correctly this enforces Germany (and many of its Länder who adopted the same decision) to virtually have no budget deficit.
I know about the European Fiscal Compact that defines the 3% general budget deficit for EU countries and I am wondering if any other EU country made a similar decision: to impose by law a lower budget deficit that the one imposed by EU.
Question: Is there any European Union country that had or have a "debt brake" similar to Germany?