Polish MPs confirm Glapiński for second term

Governor wins narrow vote despite double-digit inflation and harsh criticism

Adam Glapiński
Adam Glapiński

The lower house of the Polish parliament confirmed Adam Glapiński to a second six-year term as central bank governor on May 12.

Glapiński won narrowly after his candidacy faced sharp criticism in the chamber, with politicians confirming him in a 234–223 vote. He won unanimous support from the governing coalition’s 228 deputies. Inflation in Poland passed 12% in April, despite eight increases in the policy rate in recent months.

The president of Poland, Andrezj Duda, nominated Glapiński to a

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