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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.
By Pawel Sobczak WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's centre-right parties, celebrating a crushing victory on Monday over the ruling left, faced tough talks on forming a coalition amid divisions over the scope of market reforms.
By Tomasz Janowski WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's centre-right parties crushed the ruling left in parliamentary elections, exit polls and early results showed on Monday, but faced tough coalition talks on splits over how far to go in embracing the free market.
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