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Polish president Duda wins second term

Polish president Duda wins second term

President Andrzej Duda has narrowly won a second five-year term in a closely fought election in Poland. The state electoral commission said that Duda had 51.21% of the vote based on a count of votes from 99.97% districts. His opponent, Rafal Trzaskowski, trailed with 48.79% of the vote.

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Bartłomiej Styczeń
Bartłomiej Styczeń 3 months

There are no winners in this elections. Law and justice is economically left wing and culturally opportunistic (leaning towards conservative). They bring no real change, as the opposing candidate Trzaskowski, whose sole platform is being against Law and Justice.

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