"Editions" -- that's all.
BTW, I agree with you, totally.
But it's just "editions."
I don't have the Polish National Edition score but I do have the "Wiener" edition, which is similar in nature, including with detailed notes on controversies.
Bottom line: It agrees with you too.
Although: The sureness of its conclusion, and without explanation, makes me laugh a little.
It says that the version you're showing is from the "German" edition.
There are two other sources that are referenced. Only one -- the "French" edition -- shows it the way you and I prefer it.
The third source is a manuscript written by nobody-knows-who. It shows a version similar to what you show; a little different, but similarly without that C# which is the main point.
This note in the Wiener edition ends by saying simply that the French edition "is correct."
Although I pretty much agree with how you put it -- that the shown version makes no sense -- I wouldn't go so far as to say flat out that the French edition version of this is "correct" and that the others are wrong. I don't think there's the capability to say that.