Yesterday evening, a progressive liberal icon got murdered by a 27-year men who took reveng, because he was imprisoned because of him (and it was not justified), but political insiders have said that this partly happened because the political climate is polarizing. The government, media and justice system is all right-wing conservative, and they have accused that mayor of corruption and a lot of other things, which might have encouraged that person to kill him on stage of a charity action.
Poland is very right-wing and both the right-wing authoritarian conservative party and the more liberal but still right-wing party are the only two serious parties yet in the Polish parliamentary system. All other parties are basically irrelevant. The third biggest party is KUKIZ party (which is a joke party, literally).
Kukiz'15 is a political movement in Poland led by punk rock musician turned politician Paweł Kukiz. It is an association, which is not registered as a political party, and has coordinated with the far-right National Movement party. It has been described as "anti-establishment", as a "broad coalition [lacking] programmatic coherence", as right-wing and far-right.
The key postulates are:
Eliminating the monopoly of political parties in parliament ("destroying particracy")
Electoral reform from a proportional representation to first past the post
Separation of government, courts and parliament
Protection of civic liberties
Introduction of obligatory referendums
The movement is particularly popular among young people: Kukiz won 42% among voters aged 18 to 29 in the 2015 presidential election.