A senior aide to the Polish prime minister said the country’s central bank governor will not have to resign over a corruption scandal that has led to the arrest of Poland’s former chief financial supervisor.
Marek Chrzanowski, the recently-resigned chairman of the Polish financial supervisory authority, the KNF, was arrested by officers from the country’s anti-corruption agency on November 27. A court ordered him to be held in prison in the city of Katowice for two months while the anti
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