Konfederacja would be major winners. They could dictate key policy points to PiS
Now we're talking. Sure, that would be an optimal solution which I suggested on PF when the party was created in Dec 2018. It's somewhat modelled on Fidesz-Jobbik dynamics in Hungary.
The thing is that that PiS could find a common voice with Konfederacja on some ideological platform like:
- anti militant LGBT propaganda
- anti multikulti agenda
- judicial reforms, where two parties argue about the details but not about the need for those reforms
but not on the other which revolves around economy and personal freedoms like:
- capitalism instead of socialism in the economy
- tax laws
- liberal gun laws
- Polonization of the economy in form of Polish private capital takeovers not nationalization by state.
Among PiS MEPs there are some conservatists but there are also some totalitarian minded fossils who would not be out of place in Lewica or any other left wing party. All of them, more or less, are being held in place by Kaczynski who likes to model himself on J. Pilsudski. And Marshal Pilsudski wasn't himself a full-fledged conservatist.
To be fair it makes sense. They are new entity and will gain more by being independent than by some shady deals
Kondederacja doesn't have political structures as large as the other political parties (yet) but it does have an integrity, a very rare commodity in politics.
PS: Who would have taugh that Konfederacja will find its advocates in form of an old Scottish unionist and a young Polish feminist ;-)