A senior deputy from the ex-communist SLD social democrats, the party expected to win upcoming parliamentary elections, said the central bank's charter should be changed, a newspaper reported on Feb 13, 2001. Marek Borowski, SLD's deputy speaker of the lower house of parliament, was quoted as saying by the Gazeta Wyborcza daily that the government, not the central bank, should set the end-year inflation targets, as was the case in Britain. His comments drew outrage from members of the central
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