Let's discuss, in a civilized manner
You're clearly not very familiar with Polish politics, are you?
For a start, there are no real classical "left" or "right" wing parties in Poland. PO are centrist economically, but their members (and their policies) are anything from left to right socially. PiS are (very) left wing economically, but sit anywhere between centrist to far right socially. Nowoczesna are left wing socially, centre-right economically. Kukiz is...who knows. PSL are centre-left economically, but centre-right socially. The list goes on...
With the dissapearance of the Left Wing, what will be the next steps of the more sobers characters
Miller is finished. But the Left is already regrouping.
What you won't be aware of is that the Left has considerable support when it comes to "soft power".
Will they try approaches to non-elective positions, since they clearly have no Popular support and are even hated by part of the Population?
No popular support? You're clearly struggling to comprehend that the left wing economically is very, very strong in Poland.
I created this topic to discuss the fast death of the Left-Wing (Communists, Socialists and Multiculturalists) in Poland
You should be worried, given that PiS are highly likely to change immigration law to keep out non-EU foreigners from non-first world countries, like you.