Second Polish deputy resigns, slams governor

Jerzy Pruski, a deputy governor at the National Bank of Poland, has resigned, citing differences with Slawomir Skrzypek, the governor of the central bank. Pruski's departure follows that of his fellow deputy, Krzysztof Rybiski, earlier this month.

"Over the last year, as a result of the decisions of the governor and the management board, significant organisational changes took place at the central bank accompanied by significant personnel changes," Pruski said, explaining his decision to quit.

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