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President motions for Glapiński’s second term as central bank chief

Glapiński's current six-year term as NBP head ends on June 21, 2022.
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Polish President Andrzej Duda has put forward Adam Glapiński’s candidacy for a second term in the role of the central bank (NBP) governor, the head of the President’s Office told PAP on Saturday.

A motion to this effect has been sent to the Speaker of the Sejm, the lower house of parliament, Paweł Szrot said.

“The president positively assesses Governor Glapiński’s actions aimed at limiting the economic effects of the epidemic,” he added.

The president’s appointee for NBP governor is subject to approval by parliament.

Glapiński’s current six-year term as NBP head ends on June 21, 2022.

The same person may not hold the NBP governor’s post for more than two consecutive terms of office.

Professor Adam Glapiński graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics in 1972. His previous duties have included two ministerial posts and a range of public, academic and business positions.


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