President Andrez Dude popular policy NBT and favors same sex marriage but Dude said he opts for traditional family values.
Poland has been called the worst country in the EU for LGBT rights, and this Sunday election could bring changes.
Poland: Second round of presidential election,
Sunday 12 July
Eligible voters: ~30M
Polls open: 7AM – 9PM CEST
President Andrzej Duda has accused German media of intervening in the campaign. Political experts are in the opinion to show him and his challenger, Rafal Trzaskowski, in a tight contest.
On June 28, Duda, an ally to the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, received 43.5% of votes — while 30.3% went to the candidate of the opposition Civic Platform (PO), Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski.
Trzaskowski, who will now face Duda in the runoff vote, is a political science graduate, he has served as minister for digitization in Donald Tusk’s government and a member of the European Parliament.
In the runoff, he has a good chance of getting the votes of many people who cast a ballot for other opposition candidates in the first round.