I hope that the legal consequences of some actions will be finalized quite soon when it comes to President Glapiński – said Donald Tusk at a meeting with the residents of Morąg. The Prime Minister noted that he “does not want to get ahead of the facts.”
During the Prime Minister’s meeting with the inhabitants of Morąg, one of the participants asked about the prospects for young people in the context of high apartment prices, which cause most people to decide to rent. The head of government admitted that he was aware of the prices, which – as he said – were a bit crazy in Poland.
– You know, every technique we try to use, for example lowering interest rates, or this idea of zero percent when it comes to housing loans for young people, they bring very quickly – unfortunately – also undesirable effects, i.e. an increase in housing prices. The more the state tries to invest, for example, in cheap housing loans, the more often developers take advantage and the market reacts in this way (…) – said Tusk.
As he noted, a square meter in Warsaw is as expensive as in the most expensive European capitals. – So we try to act logically and sensibly so as not to achieve the opposite effect than planned – he assured.
Reacting to the voice from the floor, the Prime Minister said that there was “no such switch at home” that he would change and WIBOR would be lower. He added that anyone who is interested in the situation on this market knows well what the decision-making structure looks like.
– For now, we are still investigating to what extent Mr. Adam Glapiński’s actions were legal. MP Cichoń will be directly involved in this, a man of your land and, I hope, that the legal consequences of some actions will be finalized quite soon when it comes to President Glapiński. Well, we are currently preparing these issues, I don’t want to get ahead of the facts, said the head of government.
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