Czech house wants cbank aim cut from constitution

The lower house of the Czech parliament agreed on Jan. 26, 2001, to cut the central bank's policy aim out of the constitution, a part of a wider revamp of central bank laws by the country's two main parties.But the constitutional amendment is expected to be killed in the upper house, the Senate, where parties supporting it are far short of the needed 60 percent majority. The amendment was pushed through by the ruling Social Democrats and their parliamentary allies, the Civic Democrats, with 1

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