Final day of Poland's presidential election campaign

The campaign will end on Friday at midnight. Darek Delmanowicz/Marcin Bielecki/PAP

Friday is the last day of the presidential campaign before the Sunday run-off election.

Running for re-election, incumbent President Andrzej Duda, supported by the ruling United Right camp, will face the opposition Civic Coalition's candidate Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski.

Both candidates are using the last day of the campaign to meet with their supporters and to again present the key elements of their election programmes.

On Friday morning, Trzaskowski said that the upcoming election is all about whether Poland will be a fully democratic, European country, or about whether democracy will always be attacked by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, head of the Law and Justice party, the senior member of the United Right, and whether there will be yet another "Kaczynski era."

Meanwhile, President Duda in an interview for Gazeta Polska Codzienna explained that family is the foundation of his policy. "I am devoting most of my attention to the family," said the president adding that he is proud that during the five years of his presidency he has managed to change and help Polish families so much.

On Friday, many Polish dailies carry interviews with both candidates. The Polska Times daily also carries an interview with PM Mateusz Morawiecki, who warns Poles that in the case of a Trzaskowski victory the country may face a gigantic escalation of political conflict.

The campaign will end on Friday at midnight. Election silence will be in force until the closure of polling stations at 9 pm on Sunday, when television stations are expected to announce results of exit polls.