We are at home. Fortunately so are you.
And fortunately, he will never be here.
Foreign owned media are following a foreign editorial policy of slanted, anti-democratic news.
Can you provide examples?
Not when one holds a Ph.D. in law from the oldest university East of Prague, and is the duly elected president of Poland.
First things first, a PhD is nothing special in Poland. Many people have one, and it doesn't mean very much. Secondly, Duda has been denounced in an open letter from his own faculty for abusing the Constitution.
The Polish constitution was treated as a piece of trash in 1792, 1939, 1945, and consistently throughout the communist era and Soviet occupations.
Perhaps you consider it to have been a "piece of trash", but that's only to be expected from someone that isn't Polish and has no ties to Poland.
For this reason the present constitution is of dubious legality since Wałęsa took power under the 1935 constitution from Kaczorowski, and remained as president when the 1997 constitution was enacted without his consent.
You haven't provided a single legal reference to back up this claim, so one can only assume that it's nonsense. Wałęsa did not take power from Kaczorowski, but from Jaruzelski. It's also clear that the Polish Nation appointed Wałęsa in a public vote, unlike Kaczorowski who assumed his (fictional) powers from a Constitution that was introduced in a completely undemocratic manner. I must admit - no-one in Poland regards Wałęsa as being the President.
There have been no protests reported from Poles living abroad or Polonia.
Don't worry, we're getting there. Give us time ;) One of the most important tasks right now will be to mobilise the Polonia against the events in Poland.
But the protesters cannot count on the support of the Polish nation.
Numbers are growing, Polonius.