Ex-Polish PM to head central bank


Marek Belka, a former Polish prime minister and the director of the IMF's European department, was on Thursday nominated to take over at the helm of the country's central bank.

Bronisław Komorowski, the country's acting president, said Belka was an "excellent candidate" and transcended party politics. Belka has accepted the nomination, and must now be confirmed by the Sejm, the country's parliament, next week.

His nomination follows the death of Sławomir Skrzypek, who was appointed as president

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