June 29th, 2020
Incumbent Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Monday that the difference between his Sunday election result and that of his main rival, Rafal Trzaskowski, which was a dozen or so percent, is "a decisive edge," but added that he could not rest on his laurels. Referring to high voter turnout in the Sunday presidential election, Duda admitted during an election rally in Rypin, northern Poland, that it had been constantly growing. "This shows that the Polish people have a serious attitude towards democracy," he said. The right-wing incumbent president and his main contender, the centrist Civic Coalition candidate, will meet in the second round of presidential elections on July 12.