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Polish exit polls show ruling party in the lead

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Warsaw Oct 10 (DPA) - Prime Minister Donald Tusk's Civic Platform looked set to become Poland's first party to win re-election since the fall of communism, as exit polls after Sunday's parliamentary elections showed it leading with nearly 40 per cent.
Monday, October 10, 2011 3:49:25 PM
Polish exit polls show ruling party in the lead

The opposition Law and Justice party, headed by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, was second with about 30 per cent support.

The party would keep its stance that Poland needs "far-reaching changes," Kaczynski said at a rally.

"Our task in the next four years will be to convince the next million of Poles ... that changes are necessary, and that a new shape of Poland is needed," Kaczynski said.

Polandholds the rotating presidency of the European Union, and Tusk has centered his campaign on securing money from Brussels to modernize infrastructure. He is regarded as pro-EU and eager to build stronger relations with Germany and Russia.

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