Locked content New anti-terrorism rules: mass gatherings to be banned

On June 22, Polish President Andrzej Duda signed into law an anti-terror bill which comes into force as Poland prepares to host a NATO summit and the Roman Catholic Church’s World Youth Days in July. The new law will allow the interior minister to ban mass gatherings and events if a third- or fourth...

Locked content Poland’s Council of Ministers adopted anti-terrorism law

On Tuesday, May 10, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland adopted an anti-terrorism bill, announced in March 2016. Next, the bill has to be passed by the Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, and will come into force on June 1, 2016. The bill will give many rights to the Inter...

Locked content New industrial law by the Council of Ministers

The Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland has adopted a draft law on the activation of the shipbuilding industry and the production of complementary industries, submitted by the Minister of Finance. The bill allows shipbuilding companies to prefer regulations related to VAT and special econ...

Locked content Duda proposes law on lowering retirement age

The Polish president, Andrzej Duda, has proposed a law that would reduce retirement age for women down to 60 and for men to 65 years of age. He wants to make sure that people who are willing and able to work will have the possibility to continue doing so. Duda announced at a press conference…