Polling stations have opened in Poland, where the second round of presidential elections.
Polling stations opened at 7.00 am (8.00 am GMT) and closes at 21.00 (22.00 GMT). Only after closing will be announced the first exit poll data.
A period of silence occurred in Poland before the second round of the presidential elections, which will take place on Sunday.
In accordance with the Polish law, the period of silence comes on Saturday at midnight and continues until the polls closed on Sunday evening.
The state electoral Commission of Poland has processed 100% of protocols of precinct election commissions on elections of the President of the country, in the second round out current leader Andrzej Duda and rafał Trzaskowski.
The first round of elections took place last Sunday.
The current President of Poland Andrzej Duda scored the most votes in the presidential elections, the first round of which was held on Sunday, in the villages, and his rival candidate from the opposition Rafal trzaskowski – in the big cities.
The data of exit poll, conducted by the sociological laboratory of Ipsos, suggests that the Duda and Trzaskowski came out in the second round of the presidential elections which will take place on 12 July. According to exit poll for Dudu voted 41.8% of voters, and for Trzaskowski - 30,4%.
The current President of Poland Andrzej Duda believes that the second round of elections of the head of state for him to vote the voters of the candidates who reached the second round.
The data of exit poll, conducted by the sociological laboratory of Ipsos, suggests that Duda and the opposition candidate Rafal Trzaskowski came out in the second round of the presidential elections which will take place on 12 July.
Ten people expect to take the seat of Polish President in elections to be held on June 28, according to the State electoral Commission (PKW).
Last night ended the period of registration of the electoral committees of prospective presidential candidates.