The current President of Poland, Andrzej Duda in the first round of the presidential elections secured the support of 43.67% of the voters behind his main rival, the mayor of Warsaw for Rafal Trzaskowski, represents oppositional “the Civil coalition” voted 30,34%, said on Monday the Polish “Gazeta Wyborcza” referring to the data of Gorizbirkome.
The calculation is made on the basis of the efficiency of 99.78% of the treated papers. At the moment, not processed protocols with only 63 sectors of the 27 thousand
Voter turnout was 64.4%.
Thus, Poland is waiting for the second round of the presidential elections.
The first round of presidential elections took place in Poland yesterday.
In accordance with amendments to the electoral legislation, voters could vote not only traditionally in person, but by mail.
Earlier in the ruling Polish party “law and justice” said that June 28 is latest date for holding the presidential election before expiry of the term of the current President Andrzej Duda.
Presidential election in Poland was originally scheduled for may 10, but the vote was postponed due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country.