This rule is for People and political parties
Clearly that rule no longer applies to Po. In post 2,297 on this page he deliberately misspelled my name but a moderator made an invisible edit of his post. I'm wondering whether that moderator action was supposed to be a comment on the Misiewicze phenomenon, giving us PF's very own Misiewicze to whom the rules for everybody else are very clearly not applied.Back to the topic, this is not the place for this nonsense
the government who continue implementing good changes
Interesting that you consider appointing a political science graduate who owns a kebab shop to a key post in a state-owned company to be a good change. Does your definition of good change also include illegally appointing people who fail to meet the legal minimums, such as Bartlomiej Misiewicz, appointed to the supervisory board of the Polish Armaments Group despite not having the necessary qualification for members of supervisory boards of state-owned companies and not even having graduated from university?
And there's more of the good changes to. Due to the hilarious economic incompetence of a government which decided to massively increase spending without first securing increased income, Poland now risks losing billions of euros of EU funds when its budget deficit goes above the three percent limit. Details are here: ft.com/content/49188090-83c7-11e6-a29c-6e7d9515ad15.
But then what can one expect from a regime led by Chairman Kaczynski, a man so economically illiterate that he hadn't even worked out how to open a bank account until after the people of Poland slung him out of office. While normal people need to take loans for large purchases and rely on credit cards for unexpected bills, Chairman Kaczynski just used his mother's bank account all the time he was prime minister. He didn't even know that Poles don't do all their shopping at the cornershop because it's too expensive there! And now he's what he himself says is the "real actual leader" of the 'prime minister' and that cat Duda, Poland finds itself back in the economic mire.