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POLAND: A tight second round ahead despite Duda’s strong performance

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As expected, President Andrzej Duda (supported by the ruling Law and Justice, PiS) won the first round of the presidential election on 28 June but failed to secure an outright majority of votes. The incumbent will face the opposition Civic Platform’s (PO) candidate Rafal Trzaskowski in the second-round vote on 12 July. While Duda maintains an edge following a strong first-round performance, the runoff is expected to be tight as Trzaskowski is better positioned to attract new supporters. Considering the close battle ahead, various factors, including the endorsements from the eliminated candid
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