What sane investor will want to put their money in a country where they know the courts are simply an extension of the governmnet
Sounds nice in theory but reality is a bit more complex than the blinkered world of wild-eyed PO fanatics. (They provided a sample of their class, parliamentary sophistication and decency last night at the committee meeting.)
Indeed, the rating agencies got duped by all the oppositon hoopla at the turn of 2015-2016 and the downturn temporarily gave some potential investors second thoughts. But it soon turned out that Poland's eocnomy was indeed robust and all the "pro-trough" ballyhoo by the poor losers had no bearing on doing buiness in Poland. All eocmomic indicators are growing: production, export, investments, GDP, falling are unemployment and the budget deficit which has scored a surplus for the first time. As a hard-nosed capitalist, you know better than anyone that this is true. When there is money be made, most entrepreneurs try to keep at least a barge-pole away from any fractious politicking. Sure, if the rebels started blowing up bridges and rail-lines and taking hostages, that would be a different story.
Waving the PRL card is ridiculous considering the opposition has not said what should be do be about the still active judges who had sentenced dissidents and Solidarity activists to jail during PRL. Nor has the opposition explained why all the ex-SB and TW types have flocked to their banners and why they (the opposition) are covering their behinds. Obviously to swell the ranks of their supporters.