Locked content PO request no confidence vote in Morawiecki government

On Friday evening, the Polish parliament will deal with Civic Platform’s (PO) request for a vote of no confidence in the Law and Justice (PiS) government, led by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. PO submitted its application at the end of November, the justification referred to the “KNF scand...

Locked content Morawiecki: Poland will spend €3 bln on electromobility

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Twitter, that over the next 10 years, Poland will spend at least €3 billion on electromobility. “We take this issue seriously… The money will be invested to develop research projects that will translate into increased innovation and better air quality,” he ...

Locked content Government support at 44% – Kantar Public

As many as 44 percent of the respondents believe that the government is doing a good job, while 43 percent think otherwise, according to a poll conducted by Kantar Public. The supporters number remained unchanged m/m, while the number of opponents grew by 2 percentage points. PM Mateusz Morawiecki h...

Government adopts draft law on PPK pension scheme

The Council of Ministers has adopted a draft law on employee capital pension plans (PPK), said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The Prime Minister stressed that within 10 years the state will pay about PLN 35 billion to Poles in the PPK scheme.

Is PLN 103 bln enough to tackle smog in Poland?

Poland claims the unflattering title of the smoggiest country in Europe. While the Government has pledged serious money to fight it, coal standard regulations seem to be counter-productive. And while Poles wait for the heating system subsidies to roll out, millions of outdated, fuming furnaces will ...

Polish-Jewish declaration on WW2 crimes signed

PM Mateusz Morawiecki and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanjahu signed a joint Polish-Jewish declaration condemning any form of antisemitism and other negative national stereotypes, including referring to Nazi concentration camps of the Second World War as “Polish concentration camps.”

Locked content Morawiecki: too early for Poland to join the euro zone

“It is still too early to join Poland in the euro zone,” PM Mateusz Morawiecki said. According to him, it will be possible to consider joining the euro zone when wages in Poland reach 70-80 percent of German wages. “A country that is catching up, such as Poland, perhaps in the future should join the...