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    Poland’s PiS Dominates Early Election Results, Opposition Trails

    Poland’s Law and Justice Party (PiS) has gained a commanding 40.49 percent of the votes in the country’s latest election, according to the State Electoral Commission (PKW). The Civic Coalition, the primary opposition force, has secured 26.06 percent of the vote, based on the results from 20.09 percent of electoral districts counted. 

    The Third Way captured 13.87 percent of the total vote, while the New Left managed to secure 7.99 percent. The far-right Confederation party garnered 7.45 percent of the votes counted thus far.

    It is important to note that none of the remaining political parties managed to meet the electoral threshold in these early results. This election is shaping up to be a significant event in Poland’s political landscape, with PiS maintaining a substantial lead in the initial tally. Further updates will be provided as more districts finish counting their votes.

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