A strange situation in Slovenia shows a threat to Central Bank independence

There’s some logic to the legal case, and a clear unconstitutionality, that the Central Bank of Slovenia, Banka Slovenije, should be liable to shareholders of banks that it took over or wiped out when following its own rules. It’s also a situation that shows how laws can impact the independence of Central Bank decisions. This seems to be part of an unwelcome global trend.
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