Poland's Ministry of Finance would like an amended law of the National Bank of Poland to be passed by the end of 2014, Deputy Finance Minister Wojciech Kowalczyk told journalists on Thursday.
The ministry has recently said it would suggest that the amended law include new rules for appointing Monetary Policy Council members. According to that proposal, one third of the members would be appointed every two years, equally from the Sejm, the Senate and the president.
National Bank of Poland President Marek Belka has told the Polish Press Agency that he would support the idea.
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