Hungarian deputy governor resigns over new central bank regime


Júlia Király, the last remaining member of the National Bank of Hungary's monetary council to be appointed before the current government came to power, has resigned citing "Potemkin solutions" to Hungary's economic problems, and a lack of "meaningful professional debate" at council meetings.

Király was one of two deputies, along with Ferenc Karvalits, who consistently took a hawkish stance on the monetary council, siding with the former governor, András Simor, against the later appointees to the

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