Hungary's PM to discuss central bank nomination

Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany has invited leaders from the country's parliamentary parties for a meeting next week to discuss the nomination for central bank governor, the website reported Tuesday 30 January.

"The prime minister would like to ask their opinion about his ideas," Emese Danks, a government spokeswoman said in a phone interview.

"Given the importance of the matter at hand, he wants to take those opinions into account when making a decision," she was quoted as saying

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