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Government and social policy
December 1, 2017   
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Henryk Kowalczyk
The Polish government will consider introducing an allowance for pensioners in 2018 after analyzing the condition of public finance and consequences of retirement age cut, cabinet minister Henryk Kowalczyk tells daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
The government is not mulling levelling retirement age for men and women in the future, he adds. The government is unlikely to hike standardized deduction to PLN 8,000 for all earners in this parliamentary term, according to the official. The government will face the greatest challenges next year in absorbing the consequences of retirement age cut, accelerating state housing program Mieszkanie+ and improving absorption of EU funds by local authorities, he says.
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