I would like to console those who are gripped by nostalgia in the first days of the new year: not all farewells are sad. Some of the goodbyes we said recently have been as joyous as new year’s fireworks – writes president of Employers of Poland in “Rzeczpospolita”.
We have finally said farewell to the lowest price criterion in public tenders, which was more harmful than the flu. It would be wise to go further and write the Public Procurement Act completely from scratch.
There is a hope that we will soon be saying goodbye to another nemesis of Polish entrepreneurship – officials’ whims in interpreting ambiguous tax regulations. What did it mean in practice? Everybody knows. First, limits where established – not even for controls, but for arbitrary taxation, as stealing from the taxpayer by the tax authorities is still euphemistically called. Then, regulations with an ambiguous interpretation were selected.