Court says Polish bank probe unconstitutional

Poland's constitutional court ruled Friday 22 September that a parliamentary commission set up to probe the activities of the country's central bank and its governor Leszek Balcerowicz was unconstitutional, AFX Europe said.

"Parliament cannot control through an investigative commission the activities of the central bank and its government," the constitutional court said in a ruling.

"The central bank, which is responsible for the value of the Polish currency, is and will remain independent," th

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