Polish governor says dissenting MPC members may have broken law

Glapiński and four colleagues could notify prosecutors over critical comments by fellow rate-setters

Adam Glapiński
NBP governor Adam Glapiński

Poland’s central bank governor Adam Glapiński and four more monetary policy council members have accused two colleagues of potentially committing a crime by criticising them.

The statement today (October 11) by Glapiński and other MPC members did not name their colleagues, but it follows criticisms by Przemyslaw Litwiniuk and Joanna Tyrowicz.

The MPC decided to hold Poland’s policy rate at 6.75% on October 5, after hiking it for 11 consecutive meetings. The rate hold came as a surprise to

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