Polish parliament seeks to cap central bank salaries

National Bank of Poland governor Adam Glapinski

The lower chamber of Poland’s parliament has put forward a law capping the salaries of the country’s central bank employees, in response to a recent scandal.

Lawmakers from Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party drafted the law after members of other parties put forward two other draft laws that proposed capping central bank salaries. The law has passed the vote on its first reading in the Polish parliament. It must now pass a second and third vote before it becomes law.

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