Well, well, well, the OP of this thread has just shown what biased information can really be:
Every single home will be forced to pay for TV regardless if they have one or not.
No, the most important thing is that the new TV licence fee is going to be reduced by half comparing to what it is now or what it was planned for 2016..
1. The TV licence fee now is 232,20 ZL yearly (2015) or 247,30 ZL
(as planned for 2016 by the liberal and progressive PO party).
2. The TV licence fee as proposed by the much less liberal and progressive PiS for the year 2016 is 120 ZL
The trick in it is that more and more people did not register their TV at the post-office or un-registered them, but still watched the TV programmes, public TV included.
Those who paid the TV licence paid it for them as the TV licence was calculated twice as high as the amount put forward by PiS now.
If every houisehold is forced to pay for the TV licence now, there will be households who do not own the TV set, but they will have to pay. Those are very few, however, so on average every one is going to pay for themselves.In conclusion
: there will much be much less social injustice in paying the TV licence now within the system proposed by PiS in comparison to the level of unfairness as observed under the rule of the supposely progressive and liberal party such as PO which for the last 8 years has done nothing or did not want to do anything to reform the system of paying the TV licence.