The PRLegacy status quo's demise will begin on 11 November 2018 when the current transitional constitution is overwhelming voted on to be replaced.
Except that as those of us who actually live in Poland know, this isn't supported by the government. There is no "overwhelming" support for changing it, as witnessed by the government's reluctance to even discuss the issue.
Oh, so you are saying the Polish government will accept documents at face value from any applicant and not compare them to anything in their own archives.
Actually, due to the mass destruction of documentation in WW2, the Polish government is often unable to do such checks. In this case, they look carefully at the supplied documentation and compare it to known documentation from the era in question to ascertain the credibility of the supplied documentation.
Still, as you are now portraying yourself as an expert on Polish law, perhaps you can quote the article and paragraph that obliges the Polish government to release documents.
This has always been the case. Some people just don't fit the requirements.
Quite. The Polish government is continuing the correct policy of making sure that people with only a vague connection to Poland do not use Poland as a easy way into the European Union.