Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: We want to make the Polish middle class stronger

The head of the government gave a lecture at the Constitutional Tribunal entitled Democratic capitalism for all and not just the few. 

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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellary of the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister stressed that the government has taken action aimed to widen the reach of the middle class in Poland. As he stated, we must seek a third way – democratic capitalism. This means organising the state and the market in a way that strengthens democracy while maintaining capitalist economy. It is precisely the democratic capitalism that laid the foundations for the economic success of Western countries said Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki. Strengthening the democratic principles of the free market is the best idea for economic development he added.

The Prime Minister emphasised that the government is maintaining the Polish currency as a crucial element of economic policy. In his opinion, adopting the euro and the consequences of this depend on the level of economic development of a given country and the structure of its economy.

The head of the government stressed that by having a say at the European Council, Poland is trying to fight the use of tax havens practised by large corporations.


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