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March 14, 2011 President Bronislaw Komorowski has not yet decided whether he will sign a new pension bill into law. After Friday's roundtable debate on pension reform, the president said he was waiting for the bill to return from parliament. The government will stand by its planned revamp of the partially privatized pension system and is counting on the president to sign the bill into law, Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski told reporters following the debate. But Komorowski told reporters that it was "too early today to say" if the bill should be signed in law. Komorowski added that "all sides are absolutely convinced that reform efforts must be taken." Under the bill, Poland will trim the pension premium sent to private pension funds (OFE) to 2.3% from the current 7.3%, then send the remaining 5% to newly created private accounts in the social security office ZUS, which will grow at a rate tied to rolling averages of GDP growth. The government will also create tax breaks for voluntary tax savings. Source: The Warsaw Voice