Szczerski reminded on Radio Three that the ‘New Order’ program was presented to President Andrzej Duda at a separate meeting with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. As he said, now in the Presidential Palace there are industry talks on further elements of this Order.
‘One thing the President cares about is that the ultimate beneficiaries of this Order are Polish families. That's what the President made clear in that meeting with the Prime Minister. This is supposed to be the New Order, the beneficiary of which will be Polish families, Poles. And that is the criterion by which the President will judge the quality of this proposal. And here I agree with the Prime Minister that this is how it should be - the ultimate beneficiaries of the Polish ‘New Order’ should be Polish families,’ said Szczerski.
In late February, the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland reported on its website that the President had spoken with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki about the assumptions of the ‘New Order’ program. During the meeting, the President declared, among other things, support in developing a program to rebuild the economy after restrictions.
‘The priority for President Andrzej Duda is the fight against the still ongoing pandemic and the effective implementation of the National Vaccination Program, however, the social and economic effects of lockdown require equally urgent attention,’ informed the Chancellery.
As emphasized, ‘the President wants to support the government in creating a program to rebuild the economy as quickly as possible after months of restrictions.
‘During the meeting, the principles of cooperation between the presidential centre and the government in this area were discussed,’ it was written.
In February, the Law and Justice Party’s leadership approved the ‘New Order’ program. According to the announcement of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, the program mainly contains investment plans, but also proposals concerning many areas of social and economic life in the time after the pandemic. It is to be presented soon.
Source: Poland Daily, niezalezna.pl, pap.pl