Three members of the Governor’s Council of the National Bank of Serbia resigned today, saying a new law violates the central bank’s independence.
Council Chairman Bosko Zivkovic and members Milojko Arsic and Zorica Mladenovic sent their letter of resignation to the Parliament speaker in Belgrade, saying the new amended central bank law “grossly violates basic internationally accepted principles of the autonomy and independence of a central bank from the government or individual interest groups.”
They stepped down after Governor Dejan Soskic resigned on Aug. 2 and Vice Governor Bojan Markovic quit his post yesterday.
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