Poland's government has set up six committees in the past year to fight bureaucracy and simplify laws.
It is alleged by government insiders that groups led by the deputy Treasury minister and the Economy minister don't co-ordinate their work and that their members probably don't like each other.
Ivor Krakowski, director of the government's streamlining initiative and chairman of the six committee bureaucracy group says:
"It is imperative that our issues with red tape are discussed fully by several groups.
"We need to model our departments on other national government's most efficient institutions such as the UK National Health Service or the US Department of Education if we're going to get anywhere."