Andrzej Duda re-elected Poland's President for a second term

Andrzej Duda re-elected Polish President to a second term, said at a press conference on Monday, the head of Gorizbirkome Sylvester Marciniak.

The vote in the second round of presidential elections in Poland took place last Sunday.

According to Gorizbirkome, which has processed 100% of protocols of election commissions in the second round of the presidential elections, the candidate from ruling party "law and justice" Andrzej Duda scored 51,03% of the votes ahead of the candidate from opposition group "Civic coalition" of Rafal Trzaskowski, who scored 48, 97mm% of the vote.

Gorizbirkom specified that is invalid for various reasons recognized as 0.18 percent of the ballots.

Voter turnout was a record of 68.18%.