You'd think that would be relevant, but it isn't. Not least because no concrete proposals have been formulated, discussed at either a local or national level or put to the voters yet
Yes there were very concrete proposals formulated discussed and rejected by the crushing majority who were offended by the small groups hint that you could be Silesian first Pole second, Silesians consider themselves Poles first.
Just because YOU are an idiot who wouldnt bother to research the subject before opening his yapper doesnt mean stuff didnt happen, it did.
is rather silly, since regionalism is a complex thing about identity, dialect and culture, all of which in Silesia have been very much a focus of "increasing interest" since 1989.
Increasing interest by whom? The Silesian authonomy movement decreased from 90.000 members in 1999 to 42.000 in 2010 so not only is there a decreasing interest but its not even 2% today, in fact its not even one percent.
Sorry but you're still an ignorant idiot now go do some research.
As far as Poland is concerned regionalism is a non issue, there's virtually no drive to it internally.