In a letter published on social media, Paweł Mucha, a member of the NBP management board, accused Adam Glapiński of trying to shut him up. It talks about a violation of the principle of equal treatment in employment. He expects compensation in return.
Several weeks ago, the media reported on a dispute between Paweł Mucha, a member of the management board of the National Bank of Poland, and Adam Glapiński, the head of this institution. Mucha argued that under Glapiński’s leadership there were gross irregularities, including: not all members of the NBP management board have access to copies of the minutes of the MPC meetings. Mucha claims that he has written to the President of the National Bank of Poland on this matter many times. He indicated the dates of March 31, June 5, June 13 and October 24. In his opinion, it was deliberate to obstruct his meeting with the president of the NBP. Mucha recalled the situation of October 24, 2023, when he submitted a letter to the President of the NBP, Adam Glapiński, regarding the work of the management board and the activities of its bodies and asked for an urgent meeting to discuss the organization of the work of the management board, the principles of operation and cooperation of the NBP bodies and to discuss current matters. He pointed out in the media that he had not received a response.
Glapiński replied that in reality it was only about money and downplayed the allegations.
Paweł Mucha writes to Adam Glapiński
Today, Mucha described another stage of the dispute on social media. He published a letter to President Glapiński on website “Any irregularities, including violations of laws on the part of the President of the NBP, which I have been reporting for months (and in which cases were also reported by some other members of the NBP Management Board) should be explained by the competent authorities. There is no independence from compliance with the law,” Mucha wrote.
He argues that attempts by the president of the National Bank of Poland to silence him violate the principles of equal treatment in employment. He expects compensation in return.
“If I win the lawsuit for payment, including compensation for violation of the principle of equal treatment in employment, I will significantly support the Hospice. Saint John the Evangelist in Szczecin and the Little Feet Foundation. So this is not about my claims,” he emphasized.
Paweł Mucha demands compensation
140 thousand PLN – this is the amount Paweł Mucha demands from the NBP. He claims that he received reduced pay for several months. The lawsuit against the NBP for the payment of outstanding salaries and bonuses was supposed to go to court – reports the wPolityce.pl portal. We write more about this in the text below.