Locked content Komorowski Institute commences activities

Former President Bronislaw Komorowski opened an institute named after him today. It is meant to concentrate on European affairs, national security and promoting the achievements of Poland in its 25 years of independence. “Taking into consideration the political situation in which we have found...

Bronisław Komorowski becomes a lecturer

Former president of Poland, Bronisław Komorowski will become the head of the Political Practice Center at Collegium Civtas, one of Warsaw’s private universities, the Polish Press Agency reported.

Locked content Bronisław Komorowski signs last bill

On Wednesday evening, Bronisław Komorowski signed an amendment to the tax law, including a principle that any doubts in tax investigations must be resolved in favor of the taxpayer (in dubio pro tributario rule), the Polish Press Agency reported. Wednesday, August 5 was Komorowski’s last day a...

Locked content Obama’s final letter to Bronisław Komorowski

US President Barack Obama sent a letter to former Polish President Bronisław Komorowski, thanking him for his work.  Obama emphasized  how impressed he is by the “Polish dynamism”. Moreover Obama called Poland a leader and role model in its region as far as values like democracy and libe...

President Komorowski gives farewell address

President Bronisław Komorowski addressed the nation on the eve of his last day in the office.  In the parting speech, the president thanked Poles for his presidency. “My presidency is coming to an end. I would like to thank all those who voted for me five years ago and those who supported me during ...

Locked content Council for Social Dialog to replace Tripartite Commission

The Polish President,  Bronisław Komorowski, signed the law introducing the Council for Social Dialog (Rada Dialogu Społecznego), that would replace the Tripartite Commission. “The Council for Social Dialog will be a trilateral cooperation forum of the representatives of workers, employers and the g...

Locked content President signs act on military expenditures

Outgoing President Bronisław Komorowski has signed an act that increases army spending to two percent of the GDP, starting in 2016. Currently Poland’s military expenditures stand at 1.95 percent of GDP, which translated into PLN 32 billion last year. According to the Ministry of Defense, when ...