The overall turnout in the 2019 European elections increased by 8 points to 50,6 percent, resulting in the highest participation since 1994. The most significant increases in turnout were registered in Poland, Romania and Spain.
We will remind Europe that 30 years ago Poland was able to organise partly-free elections that soon led to the fall of communism, Senate Speaker Stanislaw Karczewski said at an academic conference in the Senate on Thursday.
With 99.25 percent of votes counted in the European Parliamentary elections, TFN takes a look at who won, who lost and who will represent Poland for the next five years. With only three main forces passing the election threshold, the distribution of 52 Polish seats in the EP is proving to be a close call in many cases.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) won the Sunday elections to the European Parliament having received 45.57 percent of votes, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) announced on Monday morning, presenting results from 99.25 percent of polling stations.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) won the Sunday elections to the European Parliament, an Ipsos exit poll for TVP, TVN and Polsat television stations showed.
The turnout in the Sunday European elections amounted to 32.51 percent by 5 p.m., the State Electoral Commission announced during a press conference at 6:30 p.m.
Voting to the European Parliament in Poland started at 7 a.m. on Sunday. It will end at 9 p.m.
According to the Ukrainian Embassy, around 7,837 people voted in Warsaw and in the consulates in Kraków, Gdańsk and Lublin.
In all, 52 percent of Poles have declared in a CBOS survey that they will take part in the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament (EP) in May.
We don't want a Polish-Polish war any longer, we want mutual respect and dialogue, Robert Biedroń, former mayor of Słupsk in northern Poland, said on Sunday in Warsaw at the founding congress of his new party Wiosna (Spring).