Polish legality issue reveals law's flaws

Krzysztof Rybiski, a former deputy president of the National Bank of Poland, has said the arguments over the legality of organisational changes proposed by Slawomir Skrzypek show "serious flaws" in the design of the country's central bank act.

The rate-setting monetary policy council has said the organisational changes should be reversed because of doubts over their legality. The council requested five legal opinions after Jerzy Pruski, the former first deputy president of the central bank

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