it would have been a rerun of the kind of rubber-stamp votes typical of totalitarian regimes
How many challengers did JK have the last time he was elected as prezes?
and the antipathy to the regime only grows.
that is true for the more educated, there's no really viable opposition, Schetyna is a glorified backbencher who might be able to cut the mustard as a jr minister, but prime minister? dziękuję
For all his (many) faults Tusk was very good at keeping the party in line and had a vision (though very hazy and incremental).
The bigger problem is that no Polish (or European) party seems to be able to put together a platform that has social and migration policies that the majority agree with.