Polish euro zone entry may be put on hold for years: PM

Written by on July 8, 2013 in Europe - No comments

Poland will not be able to enter the eurozone for years because the government lacks the required majority to approve the necessary constitutional changes, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said in an interview with daily Gazeta Wyborcza published on July 6 2013.

Because opposition conservatives reject the European single currency, there is not enough pro-euro deputies in parliament to back its adoption, Tusk said.

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