No questions asked?

As noted by FT Alphaville the other day, the ECB has released its guidance for the use of Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) by national central banks (NCBs) in the Eurosystem. Among the rules

As a rule, NCBs inform the ECB of the details of any ELA operation, at the latest, within two business days after the operation was carried out. The information needs to include, at least, the following elements: …

the prudential supervisor’s assessment, over the short and medium term, of the liquidity position and solvency of the institution receiving the ELA, including the criteria used to come to a positive conclusion with respect to solvency;

Since Irish and Cypriot taxpayers have ended up on the hook for ELA provided to busted banks by their central banks, aren’t they entitled to now see this information?