Agreed with what has been said above. Here is what I know:
1. USCIS does NOT share your information with COP. Your COP does not share your information with USCIS. So, depending on your situation, if you are able to get benefits from your COP, including passport renewal, you should do it. The point here is that if you worked 50 years in your COP, it doesn't make sense for you to lose everything, just because uncle sam is not happy about it. You should get your pension, etc, from the COP, if you are able to do it.
2. Due to family issues, I applied and renewed my COP passport. I was never able to use it, because my RTD then showed up, just as I got the passport. It had been 10+ years since my asylum grant when i applied for the passport, the situation in COP had completely changed, and there were delays in getting the RTD. So I got the COP passport. I was ready to argue my position at my citizenship interview.
3. As I stated above, I got the passport but I was never able to use it. The citizenship officer was not interested in the passport issues, so technically they didn't care.
Like everything else here, this situation only applies to me, in your case, things might be different, so it is up to you to decide what risk you can tolerate.