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Monday, September 26, 2005

60% in


The state electoral commission said Monday that with 60 percent of votes counted, the conservative Law and Justice Party had 26.56 percent of the vote, while the free-market Civic Platform had 24.08 percent.

The two parties have said they would form a government together, and the early results indicated they would control 274 seats in parliament's 460-member lower house.

The third largest force is the radical farmer Self-Defense Party, with 12.44 percent of votes. The turnout was 39.25 percent. Exit polls indicated a similar outcome.

Vote tallies were likely to change somewhat, as Warsaw, with some 1.5 million residents, was lagging behind in the vote count, the head of the commission, Ferdynand Rymarz, said.

Could be good news for PO. The electoral commission reports again at 12 with 90% of votes counted.


Blogger Gustav said...

TVN reports that at polling stations in the US (the Polish embassy in Washington and consulates in Chicago and New York), PiS took New York and Chicago, while PO took Washington.

In Poland, those with universtiy educations voted most for PO. Those with only elementary educations voted for Samaobrona. PO took most of the major cities as well.

9/26/2005 11:54:00 AM  

Blogger beatroot said...

This is good stuff, Gustav. Keep it up. There is a small group of us surfacing at the moment doing Polish blogs in the English language...you never know, it might catch on!

9/26/2005 12:08:00 PM  

Blogger Gustav said...

Surfacing at the moment?

I've been around for a year already. ;-)

But lately there have been more I've found, including Polblog (through which I found your site), which has some interesting stories too (as well as podcast and job sister sites), but still has to work out template/browser issues.

What do you think it would take to get some Poles at the polls? Turnout drops every election.

9/26/2005 12:20:00 PM  

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