Published at: 2019-02-08 15:15 | Author: Robert McLean
There-s a real fight this time to lead Warsaw in the coming yea and it all comes down to two contenders
In the recent local elections, Warsaw had a clear winner –Rafał Trzaskowski. The annointed heir to the presidency by outgoing Warsaw president Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Trzaskowski needed just one round to win the poll. His adversary –Patryk Jaki –despite a very active campaign had run out of steam, and his political acquaintances didn’t come to much help threatening the city with pay cuts if they don’t choose him.

Warsaw, as Poland’s major city, is key point on the political map of Poland due...

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