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Poland's ruling party declares victory in divided nation

Sydney Morning Herald Sunday, 13 October 2019
The conservative Law and Justice party has declared victory in what one journalist said was one of the nation's greatest parliamentary triumphs.
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News video: Poland's nationalists look set to stay in power

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Poland’s ruling nationalist party was on course to keep its majority after a general election on Sunday, an exit poll showed, a victory likely to stoke concern about democratic standards in the largest former Soviet European Union state. Ryan Brooks reports.

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