Azerbaijan, Baku, July 4 /Trend, S.Agayeva/
The second round of Polish presidential elections takes place in Azerbaijan.
The embassy has established a polling station number 22 and all citizens of Poland, who are in Azerbaijan during elections, have the opportunity to vote at that polling station, the Second Secretary of Embassy Jan Brodovsky told Trend.
The polling station at the embassy was opened at 6 a.m. and will conclude its work at 20.00 p.m. by Baku time.
Under Polish law, citizens of the country, who are in foreign countries during elections, can vote at polling stations established in the territory of these countries.
Voting results in Baku will be known after the elections in Poland at 23:00 by Baku time.
The second round of pre-term presidential elections started in Poland, more than 25,000 polling stations have been opened across the country, RIA Novosti reported.
Polish President Lech Kaczynski was killed when a plane carrying 132 people crashed in thick fog on its approach to a Russian airport on April 10, killing everyone on board, after which, in accordance with the constitution, the powers of head of state were automatically switched to the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament Bronislaw Komorowski. Under current legislation, Komorowski fixed the date for pre-term elections for June 20.
10 candidates run for the first round of elections. None of the candidates gained the necessary to win half of the votes. Presidential candidate of the ruling Civic Platform Party, the Speaker of the Sejm Bronislaw Komorowski and leader of the Party Law and Justice Jaroslaw Kaczynski run for the second round of the elections.
Komorowski gained 41.54 percent of votes on June 20, Kaczynski - 36.46 percent.
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