Polish c bank's new duties may be unconstitutional

POLAND - The Constitutional Tribunal is likely to judge the planned amendments to the legislation regulating the duties of Poland's central bank unconstitutional, claims Mieczyslaw Czarniawski, head of the parliamentary Public Finance Committee.

Forcing the central bank to perform additional duties, such as taking care of economic growth and fighting unemployment, goes against the constitution according to legal experts, and thus Czarniawski may avoid a vote on the issue.

The Public Finance Com

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