And what "mere" levels of support did former coalition partners PO and PSL achieve in your poll?
PO/PSL/Nowoczesna are on a combined 35%. Quite a long way ahead of PiS...
Division and balance among branches of authorty are needed, not the domination of one branch over the others.
Kaczyński really is a master of irony, given that he's attempting to use the Sejm to dominate the legal branch.
There is in Poland a whole archipelago of little duchies - in local councils, universities and elsewhere where people are afraid to criticse their leadership. We cannot agree to that.
Ironic, given that the Dear Leader Chairman Kaczyński gets reelected in leadership elections with North Korean style percentages and where it's well known that anyone publicly criticising him will be thrown out of PiS.
We will not accept any law on hate speech aimed at muzzling freedom of speech."
Remind us how someone was prosecuted in Lublin for insulting Lech Kaczyński, why don't you Jarek?
If you cared about this, you'd remove the idiotic laws regarding insulting religion and insulting the President.
We want to be in the EU, and that is the view of the majority of Poles.
Aha. That's why Duda was booed today by the fans of Legia Warszawa and Lech Poznań, as their latest thing is to demand Polexit.
Polonius, are you really not aware that the ONR held marches throughout Poland yesterday demanding Poland leaves the EU?
In reference to reforms of prosecution and judicial organs
Ah, so it's official. PiS want to reform the court system so that they can enforce their version of the law on the judicary. As we all know, the courts are independent in Poland - and poor Jarek knows that he won't be able to prosecute his political enemies in the independent courts, hence they must be destroyed.
Poladn should have a strong army
I would prefer a smarter army, but you know, he believes in the days of 1930's when men alone was thought to win wars. You'd think that Poland would have learnt something from 1939, but well.
We've got the Morawiecki Plan, the biggest plan of the past 27 years, and the entire government must work to make it succeed.
Interesting comment, actually. It's pretty clear that Morawiecki is being groomed to take Szydło's job sooner rather than later, but the only question is whether Morawiecki will accept Kaczyński's "leading role" in the Party. If the entire government is supposed to work to make it succeed, then where's the place for Ziobro's political prosecutions or blatant nepotism in every single ministry?