The problem that I see is that there are no real classical liberalist parties in Poland.
Which is good, the liberal parties are only good to tone down right wingers.
People here like being tied to the tit of the state.
Not as much as in the West, people everywhere like to get moola for free still we're much less socialist than anyone west of our border.
It's a shame too, because there is a lot of opportunity for Poland to become a powerhouse, but it's looking like it will be tied down by the same pitfalls that are biting the Western welfare states.
Not really but then again you're not Polish so you can't see certain things, foreign wannabe experts on Poland like Polonius or just foreigners even living here fail to see one thing.
Polish people lack identity, its not like Belarussians or Ukrainians who never had national awareness and identity, Poles did have it and it was taken away, replaced by partitions, allowed to surface briefly in the interwar period and then again suffocated under russian ocupation.
Thats why today so many Poles reach to history, we're a people with a mindset of an empire forced to live in a midget state, there was no slow process of degradation, Poland went from the most powerfull country in Europe to a second rate power (when it was not occupied) and the people never realised it or accepted it.
Basically Poles are subconsciously trying to reform the old commonwealth into something new, the initial confusion may last some years longer but the economy and everything else mirrors this momentary confusion of Poland.
We're free, we're democratic, now we're in the WTF mental state that will last for a time longer untill Poland will decide what will it do with itself, last time it did so it went from a midget state to major continental power in 60 years but then again last time it did so was under Casimir the Great.
Whatever happens there's going to be interesting times in and for Poland.
Also i see opinions of people like Polonius completely worthless since Poland is such a peculiar country that you have to live in to have even a remote understanding of and you have to be Polish to feel the Blues.
All the current parties prey on this confusion which means they're also temporary and will not shape the future political scene, personally i predict that these will be the last parliamentary elections before the whole system collapses and transforms into something competent and natively Polish.
Democracy should and will work for Poland but not in the western model.
Ps. there's an inferiority complex allright but it refers to our history more than anything else, a Pole measures up not to a German or a Frenchman but to another Pole, 200+ years ago.