It's too early to tell whether the “Russian influence commission” will ban opposition leader Donald Tusk and his allies from politics, but it’s difficult to imagine any other practical reason why the ruling party created this unprecedentedly powerful body, let alone at this particular time in the months leading up to fall’s elections.
"It's too early to tell whether the “Russian influence commission” will ban Tusk and his allies from politics..."
A leaf out of the Democrat-flavoured sector of the American swamp: the Mueller Report; didn't work too well in YankeeDoodleLand; let's see if the Poles can make it fly (or sink, it being part of a zero-sum hurting-you-helps-me ploy). Dear oh dear, what an awful mess the dying stages of antiquated, fossilised and superseded democracy (D1) turn out to be. Can't think of an analogy; what could it be: perhaps just like someone dying slowly and demonstrably of, having their health eroded by, a terminal neural disease or cancer? Not a happy sight.