Prime Minister Beata Szydło at Sejm budget debate

The government will support Polish families rather than foreign corporations, Poland will develop fast, and Poles will be safe – Prime Minister Beata Szydło said on Tuesday at the Sejm during the debate on the 2016 budget bill.


Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

Family 500 + - government support for families

Prime Minister Beata Szydło said that the budget for 2016 will have one main priority – the programme supporting Polish families, i.e. 500+ programme. Her government will consistently implement the programme it undertook, and introduce changes which Poland needs. Thanks to us Poland will develop fast, Poland families will feel safe, Polish industry will be an industry which is able to compete on global markets, we will be proud of the Polish brand, of Polish production, and Polish citizens will feel safe (...) The budget is the first step in that direction – the head of the government said during the Tuesday, first reading of the next year’s budget bill.

The head of the government also pointed out that Poland needs numerous reforms, and the state needs a repair. Addressing the opposition, the prime minister called for discussion: if the fate of Polish citizens is important to the opposition MPs, I encourage you to give your attention to this budget, to indicate the programmes, projects which you also believe to be important for the Polish development.


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