In a country with falling population, penalising unoccupied property is a bit harsh.
Removing the benifit of leaving property in an unfinished state would be fair, but it's not really that crucial to the tax yield.
More importantly,The tax cuts for the lower paid and the 500 per child are going to be very expensive (assuming they implement it) and hugh tax increases or cuts will be needed.
The tax threshold definitely needs increasing, it's disgracefully low, but it will require Socialist levels of tax on earnings that are by international standards, quite low.
I'd like to see how much effect this will have on economic growth, a decade of experimenting with socialism will result in another generation suffering from Polands weak economy.
Unfortunately some Brits in Poland are hopeless cases who don't do they country a credit, hence we encounter now and then such a thread on PF, a proof of ease with which they use back propaganda on behalf of people and causes they have a very vogue idea about.
You should be glad they are invested enough to care. I don't have to give a **** because I have moved back to the UK , with more of the Polish family moving for the economic benifit.
The new government has been priced in already. Zloty is down 20% which will appear in the cost of living. Weaker currency, higher taxes may even out for foreign investors, especially as avoiding taxes will be more lucrative.
Socialism won't work. But it will be nice to watch from the sidelines