Poland's main opposition party, the Civic Platform (PO), whose candidate Rafal Trzaskowski lost to incumbent President Andrzej Duda by two percentage points in Sunday's presidential election, has filed for invalidation of the vote with the Supreme Court.
Incumbent Andrzej Duda's win in the presidential runoff strengthens the position of Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, in power since 2015, the Belgian daily Le Soir wrote on Monday, adding that the "conservative" candidate defeated the "liberal."
Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform (PO) on Friday named Warsaw Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski their new candidate for president after Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska pulled out from the race, PO leader Borys Budka has announced.
The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party won the vote to Poland's province assemblies in Sunday's local election, winning 254 mandates, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) announced in the early hours on Thursday.
The deputy head of the State Electoral Commission (PKW), Wiesław Kozielewicz announced on Monday morning that the results of the Sunday local government elections will be announced either on Tuesday or Wednesday, but stressed that it could also be Thursday.
Voter support for Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party grew to 43 percent in June 2018 from 40 percent in May, a survey by the CBOS pollster shows
Thirty-six percent of Poles who plan to participate in the next parliamentary elections would cast their vote for the ruling Law and Justice party, according to results of a poll conducted by Kantar Public published on Monday.