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Fewer procedures, less bureaucracy – Employers of Poland on Deputy PM Morawiecki’s propositions


Excessive procedures, the passivity of institutions and prolonged court disputes have a negative impact on entrepreneurs – Employers of Poland appreciate the propositions put forward by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development. Facilitating the functioning of administration and courts is a key component of the  package of solutions facilitating business activity.


– Polish administration suffers from the excessive number of institutions, procedures, as well as from a tendency to create ambiguities and disregard deadlines – says Piotr Wołejko, expert of Employers of Poland.


Solutions for these ailments were presented by the Ministry of Economic Development. The ministry announced the removal of same stage in appeal procedures and the introduction of a procedure making it possible for administrative cases to get to administrative court quicker, therefore enabling courts to issue rulings faster.


– However, it would be worthwhile to address not only the effect – the efficiency and pragmatism of administration, but also the cause – the quality of law and the legislative process – states Piotr Wołejko.


Piotr Wołejko, expert of Employers of Poland