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Deputy PM on social programs
Beata Szydlo
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) will strive to secure a parliamentary nod for its draft bill on a minimum retirement benefit for mothers of at least 4 children to end-2018, so that the law could take effect as of 2019, deputy PM Beata Szydlo told PAP.
PiS plots no changes to its flagship family support programs "500 plus" and back-to-school bonus in 2019, Szydlo added.