President vetoes law on forest privatization

President of Poland Andrzej Duda has vetoed a law that would allow for selling state-owned forests in order to undertake public investments such as road or high-voltage line construction. In his opinion, “the law hasn’t entailed sufficient tools to protect the forests against the change of status,” the Chancellery of the President said. The amendment…

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