Polish governor faces rising political criticism over staff salaries

Adam Glapinski

Poland’s central bank governor Adam Glapinski is facing strong criticism from media and politicians over the payment of some senior officials.

Polish media outlets Gazeta Wyborcza and OKO reported that the head of the National Bank of Poland’s communications department was paid 65,000 zlotys ($17,440) monthly in salary and bonuses. Several Polish media commentators said the sum, if correct, would mean the assistant received four times the prime minister’s basic salary.

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