A "radical" review of public institutions should bring up to PLN 3 bln (EUR 0.7 bln) to state coffers, according to Morawiecki.
The prime minister reaffirmed his claim that Poland's budget next year will be balanced.
The prime minister is now facing a PLN 7.1-bln (EUR 1.65 bln) dent in the expected budget revenue in 2020 after one of the coalition parties refused to support a hike of social insurance premiums for high earners that was supposed to generate such income.
The government will get some PLN 1.7 bln (EUR 0.4 bln) in additional revenue through a 10-percent hike in the excise tax on alcohol and tobacco but, according to Morawiecki, the increase is more to do with public health than budget income. (PAP)