Polish presidential poll to be held by all-mail vote in two municipalities
Poland's June 28 presidential election will be conducted in two municipalities solely by post, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) announced on Friday evening, following recommendations by Health Minister Łukasz Szumowski.
As coronavirus case incidence rate exceeds 100 per 10,000 population in Baranów, western Poland and Marklowice, southern Poland, only a postal vote can be administered in these two municipalities, Szumowski said earlier on Friday.
The failed May 10 vote was to be an all-postal one. In the June 28 presidential election, with a possible runoff vote on July 12, Poles will be able to cast their ballots in all other municipalities either in polling stations or by post.