Polish President wins second time period

WARSAW, July 13

Polish President Andrzej Duda has gained 5 extra years in energy on a socially conservative, non secular platform in a intently fought election that’s prone to deepen Warsaw’s isolation within the European Union.

Nearly remaining outcomes from Sunday’s presidential election runoff confirmed Duda, 48, on over 51 per cent, giving him an unassailable lead over liberal Warsaw mayor Rafal Trzaskowski, who gained nearly 49 per cent of the votes, the National Election Commission stated. — Reuters

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