Lawmakers turn-up heat on Georgian governor

Speculation that the governor of the National Bank of Georgia, Roman Gotsiridze, may resign intensified after parliament passed a resolution calling for changes at the central bank.

The resolution, passed 124 votes to 1, called on the central bank to activate measures to forecast inflation processes, to focus more on negative consequences of further currency appreciation, to reinforce supervision over commercial banks, and to reduce the central bank's administrative expenses.

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