PM’s 'second expose' to highlight economic and social reforms
October 3, 2012
Polish PM Donald Tusk will focus on the economy and pro-family policy in his 'second expose' he intends to hold at the Sejm lower house sitting on October 10-12, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza reports.
The PM will also call for European solidarity in the light of the crisis, the paper writes.
In order to promote investments, Tusk will announce further deregulation such as simplifying the process of obtaining building permits.
In a move designed to be a signal for rating agencies, the PM will declare further reforms, including abolition of pension privileges for miners.
At the same time, Tusk will present a pro-family package with benefits for parents and announce an increase in the funds for fighting unemployment, the daily writes.
Finally, Tusk is to announce establishing of a special rescue fund for banks.