Apparently when that cat Duda promised to be President for all Poles, he meant only the ones PIS see as first class Poles, i.e. males.
Males, and only ones that support PiS blindly. Reminds one of the PZPR, where very few women were in top positions despite all the propaganda to the contrary.
what do you mean by equality - there is equality - you want some privildges for women I think - privilidges is not equality
There isn't equality. It's well known that women suffer appalling discrimination in Poland in the workplace, and I've seen it happen on numerous occasions professionally and personally.
I remember one Polish guy had broken down in his car at the Croatian border, and he approached us for help. He asked me for help, my wife spoke back to him (he had a strong accent and my Polish was weak at the time), and he pointed at me and said "No, I want to speak to the driver". My wife spoke back to him again (she was driving...) and he insisted that only I could help him. It was absolutely ridiculous - and he received no help at all for his attitude.
(if he had half a brain, he'd realise that there's a good chance that the female is more knowledgable than the male when it comes tothese things).
you can't require women and men to take a leave equally
Why? Other countries have such a system and it works remarkably well. Sweden is the example I'm familiar with - they have zero problems with parental leave causing problems for employees because it's seen as normal for parents to be gone from the workplace at some point. The only people claiming that it doesn't work are the ones that support inequality.
PiS is subsidising families right now as we speak
Actually, many people have pointed out that the 500+ programme is doing more harm than good, as it's encouraging women to stay at home rather than stay in the labour market. Later on, when their kids are grown and they need money, they're going to find nothing because no employer will touch them.
and I don't like the idea of the state being involved with promotions among stuff in private companies - you cannot force love or respect
The state is already heavily involved through PIP. Requiring transparent recruitment/promotion processes is no different to many other labour laws that must be complied with. I got nearly 3 months salary recently because of one such control revealing serious issues with a former employer's paperwork.