In Poland, 28 June presidential elections were held. No candidate gained more than 50% of the votes, the current leader of Poland Andrzej Duda scored 45,24% of votes after processing 87,16% of the ballots, according to the Agency PAP, citing data from the National electoral Commission.
His rival — the candidate of the opposition “Civic coalition”, the mayor of Warsaw, rafał Trzaskowski — received of 28.92%. The turnout was nearly 63%.
Now Duda and Trzaskowski will compete for the presidency in the second round. It is scheduled for July 12.
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