With focus on re-election, Polish PM puts reforms on hold

April 13, 2015 11:37 AM

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WARSAW, April 13 (Reuters) - Poland's centre-right government will put major economic reforms on hold until after a parliamentary election at the end of the year, focusing instead on voter-friendly social and welfare issues, sources told Reuters.

Despite an improving economy, opinion polls suggest the Civic Platform party of Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz may have a reduced majority after the election and will have to rely on the support of parties resistant to reform.

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