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By Pawel Sobczak WARSAW (Reuters) - Conservative Lech Kaczynski won Poland's presidential run-off on Sunday on a platform combining traditionalist Catholic values with promises to curb corruption and shore up the welfare state.
By Pawel Soczak WARSAW (Reuters) - Conservative Lech Kaczynski won Sunday's Polish presidential run-off on a Catholic platform that promised to weed out corruption and shore up welfare in the European Union's biggest new member.
By Wojciech Moskwa WARSAW (Reuters) - Moderate Donald Tusk and conservative rival Lech Kaczynski were running neck and neck on Friday as Poland prepared for Sunday's presidential run-off which may decide the pace of economic reforms.
By Pawel Sobczak and Natalia Reiter WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's new parliament failed to choose its speaker on Wednesday, exposing a rise in tensions between would-be center-right government partners ahead of Sunday's presidential election.
By Pawel Kozlowski WARSAW (Reuters) - Poles picked two center-right candidates with roots in the Solidarity movement for a run-off presidential ballot on October 23, which may be decided by leftist voters suspicious of both contenders.
By Pawel Sobczak and Natalia Reiter WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's free-market enthusiast Donald Tusk won most votes in presidential elections on Sunday, putting him in the leading position for an October 23 run-off against conservative Lech Kaczynski, partial results showed.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish center-right parties in talks to form a government said on Sunday they will not make final decisions on their coalition before a presidential election run-off on October 23 which pits their leaders against each other.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's conservative candidate for prime minister was quoted on Monday as saying homosexuality was "unnatural," echoing earlier statements by the leaders of his party.
By Wojciech Moskwa WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's victorious center-right parties prepared on Tuesday to begin talks to build a coalition government in the shadow of a presidential campaign that threatens to delay key decisions by weeks.
By Pawel Sobczak WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's center-right parties, celebrating a crushing victory over the ruling left, promised on Monday to start talks quickly to bridge divisions over the scope of market reforms and to form a coalition.
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