Poland has a new President

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According to the National Electoral Commission, Andrzej Duda, a 43-year-old former lawyer, backed by the right-wing Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość / PiS) party, has won the election to become President of Poland. Duda received 51.55% of the vote in yesterday’s presidential election with the incumbent Bronislaw Komorowski, allied to the ruling centrist Civic Platform (PO), receiving 48.45% of votes cast. Turnout for this second round of elections between Duda and Komorowski was 55.34%.

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