Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland's ruling leader, Justice (PiS) looks at how Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Marowiecki speaks after announcing the poll results in Warsaw, Poland, 13 October 2019. REUTERS / Kacper Pempel
WARSAW (Reuters) – A party of Polish nationals, Law and Justice (Pi), won a parliamentary election on Sunday with 43.8% of the votes, according to official results from 99.5% of the constituencies published by the committee. Monday elections.
Poland's largest opposition group, the Civic Alliance (KO) came second, with 27.2% support, followed by the Left Left, with 12.5%. The block of PSL landholding and anti-Kukiz systems was at 8.6% and the Federation in the south was based on partial official results.
Reporting by Marcin Goclowski
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