The current situation related to the announced state of epidemic and the significant restrictions on the activities of commercial entities resulted not only in a sharp decline in turnover of companies, but also in difficulties in fulfilling tax obligations or obligations arising from commercial agreements. Due to the growing negative effects of the pandemic, it is obvious that entrepreneurs are putting off other statutory obligations.
When developing the Anti-Crisis Shield project, the government also took into account the difficult situation of foreigners staying in Poland during a pandemic and some of the new provisions are intended to make life easier for those who are waiting for a decision on a permit to stay in Poland or cannot return to their country.
The package of the so-called "Anti-Crisis Shield", as announced, includes a number of changes, among others, directly affecting employers and employees, which are to mitigate, at least in part, the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. At present, the Sejm is proceeding with the adoption of acts that make up the "Anti-Crisis Shield".
The new Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Law, approved by the lower house of the Polish Parliament (Sejm) last July, aims to establish a regulatory framework supporting both government agencies and private companies in jointly carrying out major service provision projects.