The opposition warned of “scandalous irregularities” in the second round of the presidential election in Poland this Sunday, assuring that its candidate Rafal Trzaskowski would be the winner. A poll at the ballot box shows current president Andrzej Duda as the winner with 50.4 percent of the vote.
Trzaskowski’s campaign manager, Cezary Tomczyk, has assured that these irregularities mainly affect international voting. Almost half a million Poles living abroad can take part in these elections, probably in connection with Trzaskowski.
The official results won’t be released until Monday afternoon and could even be postponed until Wednesday, but both candidates have already announced their victory.
“I’m happy with the election victory at the ballot box,” said Duda to his supporters. “Taking the previous election into account, the result will be even better,” he said. He also invited Trzaskowski to the presidential palace.