Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: Our socio-economic policy is an equal opportunities policy

We focus on Polish economic operators, producers, on the creation of Polish capital. We act to make Poland a great and strong family. We invest in the future – stressed Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at a meeting with the Kielce residents.

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Our economic programme, our actions for people, but also for economic operators are a programme for many years, which has four basic dimensions: good work, decent salary, family and housing. Our model of economy is made to let the Poles live better – said the Head of the Government.

Sustainable development policy

We are bringing back the dignity of work and salary for the Poles. We want our socio-economic policies to be an equal opportunities policy and not a loot-sharing policy. We believe in a sustainable development model. The unequivalent distribution of goods was a characteristic feature of recent years and we are changing it. Our socio-economic policy gives the expected, good results and creates new development prospects in many areas. We attract investors, reduce unemployment, support the Polish ownership. We want to be close to people and talk to them to feel well the temperature of today’s ambitions and aspirations of the Poles. In dialogue with the society, we get inspired by the ideas of our compatriots – said the Head of the Government.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki pointed out that great social changes taking place today were possible thanks to, inter alia, the fact that the Polish state was winning the war with VAT mafias and tax criminals by strengthening the tax system and implementing mechanisms by which it was possible to detect irregularities effectively and quickly.

According to the Head of the Government, we must profess the values such as honesty, dignity, but also economic patriotism. We focus on Polish economic operators and Polish producers. Polish savings will translate into Polish investment projects – he said.

What we can do is support the Polish ownership and Polish capital, inter alia, through programmes to further reduce CIT from 15 to 9%. In Poland, 460 thousand companies pay CIT and 430 thousand, i.e. more than 90%, will make use of these. It is absolutely untrue that it is only for a selected group of companies. Another change for economic operators is that as from the new year we want to introduce a social security contribution proportional to the level of income – said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

Our programmes function fairly and jointly

During the meeting, the Head of the Government stressed that the currently pursued socio-economic policy was different from that of the predecessors, as it was focused on families. In this context, he mentioned the implementation of the Family 500 Plus programme. As the Prime Minister said, the perspective of the government-implemented programmes was 20 and 50 years to make Poland a great, strong family.

As announced by the Head of the Government, in the following year several ten thousand – maybe even up to one hundred thousand – flats would be built under the “Apartment Plus” programme. They are to create new prospects and opportunities of return for those who have decided to emigrate, but also to make it easier for people to settle in various localities of Poland.

Our program “Availability Plus” will serve the whole society, and particularly the elderly, seniors and people with disabilities. We want the state to be active and to support the weaker – said the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister indicated that the Government carried out a programme for the construction of local roads, even in the voivodeships which had been forsaken so far. “Our predecessors made Poland backward, also here in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, inter alia, by liquidating the Police stations or railways. We want to develop Poland and therefore we bring them back” – announced the Head of the Government.

We are becoming Poland which is strongly sovereign and innovative. Certainly, we will not leave this path of development and this way of patriotism and pride of our country. We want to move forward, we want to build strong, great and wise Poland. We believe that Poland is the only one – concluded Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

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