Before his visit to the Lubelskie, Podkarpacie and Małopolska voivodeships, including the land of Stężycka, where the Prime Minister is to present the Polish Deal to voters, the head of government said that the bills to introduce this program were ready and "this week the Council of Ministers will analyze them".
"I want the Polish Deal to really restore this order, which was turned upside down by the pandemic," emphasized Mateusz Morawiecki.
The Polish Deal is a socio-economic program signed by the parties of the United Right (Zjednoczona Prawica - ruling coalition in Poland) for the post-pandemic period. It provides, among others, repair of the health service, tax reduction for 18 million people, tax-free pension up to PLN 2,500, housing and investment program.
Source: Poland Daily