Oh please Delphin you clearly have no clue. There is no shortage of general officers some redundant soviet officers are non issue.
There is a shortage when a huge amount of them were purged from the army. Promoting inexperienced, unqualified officers in their place is not the way to organise an army.
Actually there is none of serious report. Beside typical whinging of PO stooges and their German allies.
There are plenty of serious reports out there about it. Haven't you seen the reports about the British regarding Macierewicz as a potential threat to security?
Nonsense. He is rebuilding capability of the Polish Armed Forces to defend Poland. A Few pen pushers corroborating with KGB are not a los but a gain.
You don't defend a country by removing large amounts of generals and colonels from active service, especially those that commanded large scale NATO exercises. Of course, if your intention is to create an army that has no experience in NATO, then you do.
I suppose those with communist connections will always, always favour pro-Russia actions over pro-Western actions, won't they?