Likely Polish prime minister repeats vow to remove governor

Central bank uses billboard to set out message as Tusk says parliament may impeach Glapiński

Adam Glapiński
NBP governor Adam Glapinski

Poland’s central bank erected a billboard saying that it always acts lawfully, as the likely next prime minister repeated his promise to impeach the governor.

The National Bank of Poland (NBP) put up a large poster on an advertising hoarding outside its Warsaw headquarters on November 28. The poster read: “All actions of the NBP are legal and consistent with the highest international standards.”

This is the latest move in an intensifying dispute between NBP governor Adam Glapiński and the

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