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Sejm of Poland adopted a bill that cuts aid to Ukrainian refugees

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Sejm of Poland adopted a bill that cuts aid to Ukrainian refugees

The Polish Seimas voted in the first reading to amend the draft law on assistance to Ukrainian refugees, as well as new rules for their stay in Poland. Aid will be greatly reduced.


The document provides for the right to free accommodation for refugees in places of accommodation only during the first 120 days from the moment of arrival in the country. At the same time, all social payments provided for Ukrainians will be suspended in case of leaving Poland.

In accordance with the new rules, from March 2023, citizens of Ukraine whose period of residence in the country exceeded 120 days will have to cover 50% of their funds for their own maintenance. This amount will be equal to no more than 40 zlotys per day (approximately 538 rubles).

Already, starting from May next year, this amount will be increased to 75% of the means of living or no more than 60 zlotys (about 807 rubles).

At the same time, this provision of the draft law will not apply to socially vulnerable categories of persons (people with disabilities, pensioners, pregnant women, women with children under one year old, women with three or more children).

As noted in the explanatory note to the bill, in the case when the absence of a citizen of Ukraine on the territory of Poland exceeds 30 days, his status and the right to receive social assistance are lost. Restoration of refugee status is still possible if the Ukrainian again has to flee from the war due to hostilities on the territory of Ukraine.

It should be noted that, despite the abolition of the provision on the simplified procedure for obtaining a temporary residence permit in Poland, which was previously issued for up to 3 years, refugees from Ukraine will still be granted the right to legally stay in the country for up to one and a half years - from February 24, 2022 to August 24, 2023.

As for the right to acquire a Polish identification code (PESEL), it will remain, only now 30 days will be issued to obtain it, and not 90 as before.

It should be noted that for the entry into force of the new law on assistance to Ukrainian refugees from January 1, 2023, it will still have to be considered in the Senate of Poland, the upper house of the Polish parliament.
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  1. credo
    credo 15 December 2022 14: 12
    +3
    A law will be adopted, and there will be a topic for discussion. No.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 15 December 2022 14: 28
      +3
      Quote: credo
      A law will be adopted, and there will be a topic for discussion. No.

      Yes, in general, these are the problems of the Poles, what do we care about both the Poles and the Ukrainians.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 21 December 2022 17: 54
        +1
        Quote from Orange Bigg
        As a result, the Poles will have more rights in Ukraine than the Ukrainians, and there is no need to even talk about Poland.

        Everything was leading up to this! And this is just the beginning!

        The dream of the Polish revanchist Nazi viper - the Russophobes Kaczynski and Duda - has come true!
        Jew Zelensky surrendered Ukraine and Ukrainians to the Poles! Zelensky will drape from Ukraine through Poland if they let him through.

    2. Orange Bigg
      Orange Bigg 15 December 2022 14: 49
      +4
      As a result, the Poles will have more rights in Ukraine than the Ukrainians, and there is no need to even talk about Poland.
  2. Cananecat
    Cananecat 15 December 2022 14: 25
    +4
    Coming soon in Polish news:
    The Sejm of Poland officially allowed its citizens to accept Ukrainian citizens as slaves... laughing
    1. dmi.pris1
      dmi.pris1 15 December 2022 15: 35
      +3
      They are still being used in a peculiar way. Especially those who have a Pole's card. They are returning to the war. Some under the guise of mercenaries, some as a volunteer
  3. Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
    Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov 15 December 2022 14: 41
    +2
    Sejm of Poland adopted a bill that cuts aid to Ukrainian refugees

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    1. isv000
      isv000 15 December 2022 15: 12
      +1
      The sucker is not a sucker, but Duda's shoveler cut ...
  4. Two
    Two 15 December 2022 16: 23
    0
    The richest country in the European Union, Germany and Norway. And Poland is an extra, there is little money. Especially now it is being pumped up with weapons. Nobody needs Ukrainians, and given the Volyn massacre, this decision of the Seimas is not surprising.
  5. Metallurg_2
    Metallurg_2 15 December 2022 19: 30
    0
    Psheks are no longer brothers? laughing
    Sorry I'm not smart enough to write a long comment hi
  6. EFIM LYUBIN
    EFIM LYUBIN 16 December 2022 07: 41
    0
    The next one should adopt a law on daily tax for staying in Poland for citizens of the Ukroreich! At the same time, the budget will replenish.