THE BSPA weren't given the race-nights. They are not in the gift of the FIM. They informed the International Speedway League Bureau, which is affiliated to the FIM, that these were the nights they wanted. Sweden requested Tuesdays, Denmark went for Wednesdays which left Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the Poles which, originally, they were happy with.
When the BSPA changed their minds, and substituted Wednesday for Thursday, the Poles moved the goalposts although it didn't actually affect them. It just means that Danish tracks will have priority over riders on Wednesdays.
The Polish league authorities continue to play hardball, demanding priority of virtually any day of the week for their play-offs and the FIM are seemingly unable to bring any pressure to bear on what is essentially a domestic situation with the Poles flexing their undoubted muscle.