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CIS-EMO: Low turnout in Poland is in favor of Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s party

Warsaw. There is low voter turnout in the parliamentary elections in Poland, reported by the organization's mission to the CIS Election Monitoring, CIS-EMO, cited by the Echo of Moscow.

"23% of voters in Poland have cast their ballots by 14 CET," observers reported. 

But this will not affect the recognition of the elections, because there is no lower limit for voter turnout in the Polish legislation. 

"But the low voter turnout gives an additional chance to party Law and Equity, the political power of Jaroslaw Kaczynski. His constituency is considered as more disciplined," observers from the organization said further. 

127 violations have been registered in the day of elections in Poland, most of which are associated with agitation, Interfax reported.


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