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Posts by Polsyr  

Joined: 19 Sep 2011 / Male ♂
Last Post: 12 Dec 2015
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Posts: 769
From: Warsaw, Poland
Speaks Polish?: Yes
Interests: Mechanics

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Polsyr   
22 Sep 2015
Law / Karta Pobytu - how long can i stay temporarly out of Poland? [30]

no rule defined in the law about such case!

They might be right - the 6 month rule might have been removed when the law was updated. Just to be 100% sure, check with border guard authority - for example passport control while leaving the country.
Polsyr   
21 Sep 2015
News / Poland Parliamentary elections 2015 [1060]

the president

Strange that you don't know how this works.
First: President of RP nominates a prime minister, who in turn proposes a cabinet, which is then sworn in, and becomes obligated to submit the agenda to the Sejm within 14 days.

If the Sejm doesn't grant confidence, the Sejm becomes obligated to nominate an alternative prime minister within 14 days.
If the vote of confidence fails again, the obligation to nominate a PM is passed back to the president.
If the cabinet proposed by the 3rd nominated PM fails to gain confidence, then the president must call for early elections (for the Sejm) and once a new Sejm is elected the process starts again.

In order to gain confidence of the Sejm, a cabinet must have an absolute majority of the vote with at least half all members of the Sejm present.
Polsyr   
21 Sep 2015
Law / Karta Pobytu - how long can i stay temporarly out of Poland? [30]

Karta Pobytu

Is it czasowy (temporary, valid up to 3 years or less from date of issue) or stały (permanent, valid for 10 years from date of issue)?

For czasowy, maximum stay outside cannot exceed 6 months in one go.
For stały, maximum stay outside cannot exceed 6 years in one go.
Polsyr   
19 Sep 2015
News / Should Poland exit the EU immediately? [375]

Those migrants will be beaten and forced to move

Unlike what you folks think in whatever backwater you hail from, that won't happen. Individual cases may happen (leading to lengthy jail terms for hate crimes for the offenders) but as a whole, Poles are not intolerant.
Polsyr   
16 Sep 2015
History / Time for Slavic Commonwealth around Poland as center [160]

I think Orban's recent course of action will sabotage your dreams Crow.
Can you believe he fired tear gas into Serbian territory, and injured people standing on Serbian land?
Polsyr   
13 Sep 2015
Law / Is it illegal in Poland / Schengen zone to transport refugees inside? [22]

I asked a lawyer friend for you because this is a significant question.

Their advice is: It is a legally tricky subject, so don't do it. If you insist on doing it then for sure don't go across borders.

If you want to help, better donate to NGO's or go and volunteer at a reception center or even volunteer to transport staff and donations to/from the reception centers if you are particularly keen to help in terms of logistics.
Polsyr   
13 Sep 2015
News / Have PO (Platforma) operatives in Poland fallen into a panic? [332]

Logical-shmogical, but could it work. As the superior economist you should know whether such pie-in-the-sky is feasible.

Neither her pledge nor that of her competitor are feasible unfortunately. Money cannot be created from nothing as they would have the voting masses believe.

Get rid of ZUS/NFZ?

Believe it or not, most of what we taxpayers put into ZUS (and thereafter NFZ) goes towards staffing and maintaining this horribly archaic, corrupt and inefficient entity. Less than half the cost is delivered back to taxpayers in benefits (whether it is social security or health care).

Getting rid of ZUS (which is not as easy as politicians make it sound) is no easy feat. Very seriously change management will be needed, and workable alternatives have to be developed first.
Polsyr   
12 Sep 2015
History / Time for Slavic Commonwealth around Poland as center [160]

counterbalance equally to the western European and Russian power in the region

It wouldn't be strong enough to counterbalance either of these two. If anything, it might just dilute the position of EU against Russia.
Polsyr   
12 Sep 2015
History / Time for Slavic Commonwealth around Poland as center [160]

Begins Forming Intermarium

I doubt they will all overcome their difference. Although I am in favor of all unions that make Poland stronger, anything involving Russia is simply recreating the system where Moscow decides everything. Sounds familiar?
Polsyr   
8 Sep 2015
Life / Where to buy a clothes dryer in Poland? [16]

For 2 people the combination washer/dryer should work fine, but be prepared for high electricity bills.

I found some machines on Allegro and on Ceneo as well.

I used to have a combination LG machine - worked fine for 6 years then stopped all together without warning. Before that I had a Norge, and that one lasted 7 years.
Polsyr   
5 Sep 2015
News / Degenerate "rainbow" eyesore to disappear from Saviour Square (Plac Zbawiciela) in Warsaw [296]

help the police

Well in terms of every drunk, degenerate, ultranationalist, neonazi, homophobe, xenophobe and loser hitting the rainbow before they commit more serious crimes, then sure, they will be attracted to the rainbow like moths to the flame. The police should just wait for them around the corner and sort them out.
Polsyr   
5 Sep 2015
News / Degenerate "rainbow" eyesore to disappear from Saviour Square (Plac Zbawiciela) in Warsaw [296]

The project is 100% financed by a private Swedish entity. Maintenance will be conducted by volunteers (including me) and energy (for lighting and pumps) will come entirely from renewable resources. Meaning ZERO cost to taxpayer on both short and long term.

In terms of protection, I mentioned earlier a system that sprays vandals with fluorescent colorful paint, and I wasn't kidding. It will also alert the police upon unauthorized access. There is also an automatic sprinkler system for fire suppression.

You have to understand the size of this thing to appreciate how grand it will be. It will be as tall as 20-floor building!
Polsyr   
4 Sep 2015
News / Degenerate "rainbow" eyesore to disappear from Saviour Square (Plac Zbawiciela) in Warsaw [296]

The new rainbow will have an automatic fire suppression system. Due to its size, it is technically classified as a "building" and therefore must meet certain criteria, including safety regulations.

I mentioned earlier it will span 65 meters from end to it, and it will be large enough inside for a person to climb into it and walk across to the other side. The base dimensions are more than 2m x 2m but I don't have the exact number.

The sponsor will issue new 3D renderings soon hopefully.

They also plan to install colored LED lights (solar powered) so it remains illuminated day and night.