The prime minister has claimed that the Polish New Deal, a major government economic reform and investment package, will make Poland the “best place to live in Europe”.
The Polish New Deal, a major economic reform package promoted by the government, will complete its legislative process by end-November, in line with the deadline for tax changes, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has told a newspaper.
Poland's government approved a bill on Wednesday implementing new tax measures related to its new flagship reform, the Polish New Deal.
The government is planning to introduce a 0.4 percent revenue tax on big corporations to offset a shortfall in funding for the NFZ, the national healthcare system, a deputy finance minister has said.
Jaroslaw Gowin, the deputy prime minister, whose dismissal has been announced today, has stated that it is the end of the United Right coalition.
Poland's Agreement, a small ally within the United Right coalition led by the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, has said it may leave the coalition if its suggestions concerning upcoming controversial reforms are ignored.
The government's council of ministers on Friday passed a bill raising health spending from 5.3 to 7 percent of the GDP, the health ministry said on Twitter on Friday evening.
The government wants to have most of its economic reform bills, dubbed the New Polish Deal, submitted to parliament by September at the latest, said a gov't spokesman on Wednesday.
A tax bill, which forms part of the New Deal plan, is ready and will include a tax allowance of up to PLN 30,000 (EUR 6,532), said the minister of finance on Monday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the latest employment data is evidence of the good health of the Polish labour market.