Poland could raise as much as 10 billion zloty ($3.5 billion) from the sale of state-owned land to trim next year’s record budget deficit, said Stanislaw Zelichowski, leader of the Polish Peasants party.

The party, the junior partner in the ruling coalition, will propose to Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s Civic Platform that as much as 0.5 million hectares (1.2 million acres) of land will be available for sale next year and three times as much could be sold in coming years.