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In Poland there is neither an internet portal nor an institution for employers responsible for monitoring the legislation process of regulations that determine the rules for business activity. At present employers  learn about changes in the law mainly from mass media or simply through the grapevine, usually with delay.

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“Rzeczpospolita”: Time for change


– It is high time for real changes in the organization of our country. It is time to restructure government institutions and establish a government centre where decisions will be seen through the prism of their consequences for the economy as a whole  and not the interests of particular ministries. Whoever wins the elections will have to face  this challenge, as the nineteenth century governance model will continue to drag Poland down – the President of Employers of Poland writes in an article for “Rzeczpospolita”. 


According to Andrzej Malinowski, the cheapness and mediocrity of the Polish state means that increasingly often it finds itself unable to cope with basic challenges presented by reality. Officials and politicians lack the capacity to anticipate developments an d prepare accordingly. – There is also no readiness to cooperate with business and science in order to elaborate flexible solutions taking various possible scenarios into account, just as business does – President of Employers of Poland points out. 


– Hastily passed regulations introducing concessions for coal trade will not stop the import of this raw material, but may cause the bankruptcy of many companies that sold it. There are innumerable examples of incompetence and lack of cohesion in the government’s actions, such as the digitalization of administration or numerous attempts to eliminate lowest price as the decisive factor in choosing contractors ­– writes Andrzej Malinowski.


The article in its entirety is available here.