buy Autosan buses
Precisely. That is what PM Szydło calls "economic patriotism". Support your own, create jobs and keep the money in Poland. Now if there were only chains of Polish-owned retail shops to spend ti at, supermarkets that could rival Auchan, Carrefour, Tesco, Leroy, Praktiker, Biedronka, Castorama, Leclerc, Kaufland, etc., etc. I trust Morawiecki will find a way to recitfy that deficiency. 60% of Poland's banks in foreign hands is totally unacceptable. Even the Czechs are better off. Capital DOES have a nationality! In case of an emergency, having little control over one's coutnry's fiannces is hardly a promsing prospect. The foreign banks not only fleeced the Polish public with their usurous loans but, to make matters worse, channelled most of their profits abroad.
The only losers are the agents of influence and other stooges of foreign interest groups who once got hefty kickbacks for their underhanded activities at Poland's expense. No wonder they're marching, chanting and ranting from fear of the PiS broom that is sweeping their perks and privileges away.
with the neo-Communist agenda
Leave your ivory tower. No more than a miniscule pergentage of Poles view PiS' agenda as neo-commuist. That may speak to embittered and resenrful left-winger eggheads but not to the bulk of the Polish nation who view the PiS government as being first and foremost pro-Polish to the core.
Jacek Nizinkiewicz writes in "Uważam rze" that no political formation has held onto power as long as PO/PSL and none has made as many unfulfilled promises. It's time to hold them to account, he urges.
Audits carried out to date have found serious irregularities in the coalition's wake, including the defence ministry and the Kormorowski chancellery.
PiS moves ahead cleaning up the mess left behind by PO/PSL including many legislative duds which need to be rescincded. Most recently President Duda signed into law a bill undoing the former government's 2015 judicial "reform". According to it, the judge was made an arbiter between the defence and prosecution. The new law reverts to the previous state, whereby the court bears the brunt of evidence and questions witnesses. Too bad PO/PSL never heard to good ol' American saying: If it ain't broken, don't fix it!
The PiS-led clean-up also involves vestiges of the PRL regime sullying Poland's public space. The Senate has adopted a draft amendment to the law prohibiting the promotion of communism and other totalitarian ideologies. The amendment would ban naming buildings, public facilities, roads, streets, bridges and squares in honor of people, organizations, events or dates symbolizing communism or any other totalitarian system naming. Local authorities would have 12 months to carry it out. Although 27 years have elapsed since the fall of communism, there are still plenty of streets honouring the People's Guard, communist heroes (Finder, Hibner, Kostrzewa, etc.) or July 22nd, the start of the 1944 Soviet take-over.