Poland’s ruling right-wing party tops the polls

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05/27/2019

Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party has emerged as the big winner in the country’s European Parliament election, taking over 45% of the votes, but its leader said Monday more effort is needed before a national election later this year. Full official results announced by the State Electoral Commission suggest that the right-wing ruling party has a good chance of winning crucial elections to the national parliament in the fall and continuing its policy of social conservatism and euroskepticism for a second four-year term. The new Spring party of LGBT activist Robert Biedron has won 6% of votes and three parliament seats.

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