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Poland’s new election date has to be declared in 14 days

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The head of Poland’s electoral commission said on Sunday that the speaker of parliament had 14 days to declare the date of a new presidential election.

Poland had been due to hold a presidential election on Sunday and, while the vote was not officially cancelled or postponed, the electoral commission had said on Thursday it could not be held due to the coronavirus crisis.

Meanwhile, on Euronews there were reports that the leader of Poland’s ruling coalition has defended the government amid questions of how it plans to handle a political crisis over the country’s postponed presidential election, according to excerpts of an interview published Sunday.

The leader of Poland’s ruling coalition has defended the government amid questions of how it plans to handle a political crisis over the country’s postponed presidential election, according to excerpts of an interview published Sunday.

Reuters

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