No, Wałęsa was duly elected President of Poland for a 7 year term according to the the 1935 Polish Constitution, as recognized by the legitimate President of Poland, President Kaczorowski.
Except he wasn't, because he was elected under the rules set by the 1990 National Assembly. You seem to be struggling with this, but I'll give you a chance - can you provide any evidence that the elections were organised by the Government-in-Exile of Poland and not the Republic of Poland? I'm not talking about Kaczorowski turning up to hand over some symbols, I'm talking about actual law.
No, that gave rules for future elections, but not past ones. It could not change the fact that Wałęsa had been elected to a 7 year term in office by the people of Poland.
The 1992 Constitution is clear that Presidents serve a 5 year term. It applied from the date of enactment, which was the 8th December 1992. Wałęsa's term was therefore cut from 7 years to 5 years as a result.
Cutting the PO bureaucrats in half would be big.
Could you perhaps provide statistics as to how many bureaucrats are PO bureaucrats?
Removing the five judges who issued a subversive and illegal opinion without the quorum of judges needed to legally hear the case would be big.
And entirely illegal. Any attempt to do that would result in massive demonstrations as it would be a huge breach of the Constitution. Incidentally, the opinion wasn't illegal, nor was there any requirement for a "quorum of judges" according to the law. For a poster that calls himself "Legal Eagle", you seem to have monumental problems with Polish law.
Ending foreign media from holding a near monopoly on Poland's news media would be big.
This is hilarious, because anyone that actually knows Poland knows fine well that the media landscape is dominated by Polish companies,
Deporting subversive foreigners hostile to democracy would be big.
Not many of them here, though one Russian was deported not so long ago.
Wanting someone to resign and forcing him to are two different things.
Correct. We want him gone for abusing the Constitution and being a spineless coward.
You think KOD will be upping to street ante to 100,000, 200,00, 500,000 and then lead the storming of the presidential palace?
The numbers will grow, but there are no intentions of storming anything. Whether Duda could emotionally survive a tidal wave on the streets against him is another question, especially as his former department at UJ has turned on him.
If so, you think the government will just stand back and passively watch the goings on?
I think the government should respect the law, that's all.
Problem is, Kaczyński is all about face - and he can't stand losing it. Duda was willing to compromise, and I think it's time for him to show some balls and perform the oaths that he's legally obliged to do.