The House voted last Tuesday A project that provides families with PLN 100 to purchase a set-top box, which will allow them not to lose access to terrestrial television after changing the broadcast system From DVB-T to DVB-T2 HEVC. The proposed amendment was lost during a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Culture and Media, which aims to support television sets. Then the government took the position that Support is social in nature, so he excluded support for televisions.
Industry and the disabled have called for project changes
PiS has finally changed its mind. As Interia discovered, However, the coupon will be extended to purchase a TV. The decision was to be taken by the supreme leadership of the ruling party. PiS wants the coupon to also help those who haven’t been able to take full advantage of the set-top box, such as people with disabilities, Interia writes. Exactly organizations that connect people with disabilities, as well as producers of television sets They strived for such a solution.
Deputy Minister Janusz Czyczynski himself, who was a guest on the Senate Culture and Information Committee on Tuesday, spoke about the possibility of extending support for televisions. – During the parliamentary work, there were many voices about extending support for television sets. Bearing in mind these voices, I have a proposal to accept this hypothesis. (…]We need a break until tomorrow to come up with some solutions – said Cieszyński.
After the amendments in the Senate, the draft still had to pass in the House. However, this should not be a problem.
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