The current ruling party PiS of Jaroslaw Kaczynski seems to be in the parliamentary elections in the country to have won the game. The latest exitpoll shows that the current government has said 43.6 percent of the vote, and the presidency. This means that an absolute majority of votes for the party.
Kaczynski, chairman of the PiS (Prawo i Sprawiedliwosc, Law, and Justice), called the vote “the most important election in 1989”.
Prior to the election seemed to be the battle has already been fought. In the latest opinion polls on the Sunday morning of the party, though, as the big winner. The largest opposition party, the right-wing liberal Burgercoalitie, is given in accordance with the exitpoll 27.5% of the vote.
In Poland, the 460 seats in the Sejm, on the basis of a proportional allocation is assigned. As a result, the larger companies have an advantage.
PiS, with the support of the catholics because of the campaign against the lhbti’s
PiS, since 2015, is the power…. The Polish economy under this regime has grown a lot. Thus, the disposable income per person over the last four years by about 20 per cent. Also, the benefit has been omhooggegaan. In addition, the unemployment rate in Poland is one of the lowest percentages in the EU.
The government has said it is due to the social and economic policy, particularly popular in the roman catholic portion of the population, and the Poles, that is, outside of the big cities. In addition, the PiS are in a hard campaign against the lhbti community. The party has painted lhbti (s) as “dangerous”.
The EU will have to re-create it with a nationalist government in the Visegrádland. Poland was, for the past four years, been frequently at odds with the EU, in part due to the development of the rule of law.