Locked content Duda and Tusk in the lead for presidency – poll

According to a poll conducted by Pollster, if the presidential elections took place today, incumbent Andrzej Duda would enjoy 39 percent support, while former PM and current European Council President Donald Tusk would get 31 percent of the votes. Both would face off in the second round. Other possi...

Locked content New IT system to be used in upcoming presidential elections

A new IT system will be tested in anticipation of the presidential elections in April. The National Electoral Office (KBW) informed the public about the functionality tests and efficiency of software. After last year’s election scandal, a new system has been under development to prevent furthe...

Locked content President Komorowski leads in election poll

Bronisław Komorowski, the current head of state, would win this year’s presidential elections in the first round of voting, according to a recent survey conducted by TNS Polska.  As much as 47 percent of respondents would support him, a decline of 5 percent, compared with last month’s TN...

Locked content KNP names its presidental candidate

Jacek Wilk, the vice-president of the Congress of the New Right (KNP) will be this year’s presidential candidate, the political grouping announced. Poland needs deep changes, “not personal and not systemic,” Wilk pointed out. He assured that he himself and KNP is able to take care ...

Locked content PSL names its presidential candidate

Adam Jarubas, the Świętokrzyskie Province Marshal, is this year’s presidential candidate of the Polish People’s Party (PSL), the party announced Saturday. “I am aware of the challenge ahead. The presidency, in my opinion, should be opinion-forming and active,” Jarubas stated. „He is a young, eminent...

Locked content Komorowski leads in election poll

Bronislaw Komorowski, the current head of the state, would win a presidential election in the first voting round, if the election was held on January 18, according to the poll conducted by Millward Brown. Andrzej Duda, a Law and Justice (PiS) candidate, would garner 21 percent of votes, followed by ...