Andrzej Duda elected to his second term as Poland’s president

Andrzej Duda elected to his second term as Poland’s president
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Poland’s incumbent President Andrzej Duda has been reelected to his second term in office, the State Electoral Commission said on Monday after counting 100% of ballots, APA reports citing TASS.

Thus, Duda won 51.03% of votes in Sunday’s runoff election. His rival, Warsaw Mayor Rafa· Trzaskowski, nominated by the biggest opposition party Civic Platform, scored 48.97% of the vote.

The voter turnout was 68.18%, with more than 20 million out of Poland’s 30 million eligible voters taking part.

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