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Strong message of the Polish Economic Congress: "Stop bureaucratism!”



The III Polish Economic Congress, held on January 27th, is a significant step towards freeing Polish entrepreneurs from the binds of bureaucratism. The Congress, under the honorary patronage of President of Poland Andrzej Duda, was attended by current and former government officials, leading economists and businessmen. The all agreed that the problem of bureaucratism highlighted by Employers of Poland has reached a monstrous scope.


– I agree with you that Polish economy can grow much faster. For that to happen, bureaucratic obstacles which  hamper Polish business – said President Andrzej Duda in his message aired at the Congress. – I declare that your noble efforts to stop bureaucratism have my full understanding and support – he added.


Andrzej Malinowski presented a compelling picture of the situation of entrepreneurs obliged to keep up to date with all changes in the law. – 28 000! Regulations prepared in 2015 alone take up this many pages! This amounts to one sixth of the entire 2004 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica – said the President of Employers of Poland. He also emphasized that the objective of the Congress was not only to discuss entrepreneurs’ problems, but also to find solutions. One of the tangible results of the event will be a “white book” with recommendations for restricting bureaucracy which will be presented to decision makers.


Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Mateusz Morawiecki was a honorary  guest of the Congress. Prof. Jerzy Hausner, member of the Monetary Policy Council and Jerzy Buzek, former Prime Minister and Member of the European Parliament participated in a plenary debate. Nine discussion panels were attended by government representatives, The topics covered included lawmaking, labour market, local conditions for business, financial market, public procurements, healthcare system, innovation, construction and tax law.


Deputy PM Morawiecki stated that ministries responsible for  a particular area of the economy should strive to build the best possible platforms for analyzing legal solutions. – Only then will we be able to elaborate appropriate mechanisms for restricting bureaucracy at its roots – he explained. – This triad – employers, employees and public administration – should not be in conflict with another. We should endeavor to find the best common denominator for the good of our economy and our future – summarized Minister Morawiecki.






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