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Saturday, 22 June 2013

President seeks reliefs for large families

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Poland's President Bronisław Komorowski announced on Saturday that he would make efforts to create a national system of reliefs for large families, or a Large Family Charter, in collaboration with the government and local governments.

 

"We will ask the finance minister, the government and the public opinion to support this idea," Bronisław Komorowski said at a meeting of large families in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, central Poland.

 

Recently, Bronisław Komorowski has proposed travel discounts and easier access to culture for such families.

 

The president said he would meet the ministers of labour, transport and culture to discuss the matter. The development of the charter requires "collaboration and full coordination" of the national and local governments.

 

The aim of the scheme is to provide incentives for families who would like to have more than two children, the president explained. The incentives would include a tax relief, which Bronisław Komorowski termed "an investment in the future," but this still requires an approval of the finance minister.

 

First Lady Anna Komorowska expressed admiration for families who came to Grodzisk Mazowiecki despite the logistic effort involved. A large family means "a lot of trouble, but also a lot of love and joy," she stressed. (PAP)

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