Morawiecki’s proposals. “You had eight years to do it!”

One of the leaders of the Confederation, Sławomir Mentzen, commented on the reform proposals presented by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Friday.

Mateusz Morawiecki announced that he would present the composition of the new government within seven to eight days.

The politician said he had a proposal for “new groups in the Sejm that will allow the implementation of ambitious programs based on objective data.” The Prime Minister’s plan is the decalogue of Polish affairs, i.e. a set of postulates that are – in Morawiecki’s words – “consistent with the programs and plans of various groups in the Sejm.”

Prime Minister: Decalogue of Polish Affairs

One of the points of the Decalogue of Polish Affairs concerns issues related to entrepreneurs: voluntary ZUS, VAT payment after payment of the invoice and extension of the vacatio legis for tax matters up to eight months, another – continuation of strategic investments, including : Central communication port.

– We want the average salary to reach PLN 10,000. PLN at the end of the term. We also plan to introduce a subsidy of PLN 70,000. PLN for starting a business and the law on equal pay for women and men, as well as a tax-free amount for the minimum wage – said Mateusz Morawiecki at a press conference on Friday.

Mentzen on Morawiecki’s proposals

Confederation MP Sławomir Mentzen responded to the Prime Minister’s proposal via the social networking site X (formerly Twitter). “If Morawiecki loses power, he proposes a voluntary SISTER for entrepreneurs, a long vacatio legis in tax matters and several other conveniences. You had eight years to do that! At the time, you preferred to increase and complicate taxes at a record pace,” wrote President Nowa Nadzieja.

Let’s not forget that Mateusz Morawiecki was given a mission by President Andrzej Duda on Monday to form a government. Although Law and Justice achieved the best result in the October parliamentary elections, the country cannot govern on its own and the other parties refuse to enter into a coalition with PiS. For this reason, most politicians and commentators consider Morawiecki’s task impossible.

Source: Do Rzeczy

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