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Senators back plan to give Polish children holiday vouchers

03.07.2020 07:10
Poland’s upper house of parliament has approved plans to give families an electronic voucher of PLN 500 (USD 126, EUR 112) per child to be spent on taking holidays.
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Senators introduced amendments to the original plans. They proposed that pensioners and people on disability benefits should also receive such vouchers.

The bill must be signed by the president in order to come into force.

President Andrzej Duda, who is running for a second term in office, announced the launch of the voucher system during an election campaign meeting last month.

He said he hoped the vouchers would boost the country’s tourism industry, which has been badly hit by the coronavirus crisis.

The credits are intended only for holidays in Poland.

According to Poland’s Ministry of Development, around 6.5 million children under 18 will benefit from the vouchers, which will cost the country PLN 3.5 billion in total, state news agency PAP reported.


Source: PAP/IAR