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Local elections 2024, exit poll results. Waldemar Buda about PiS's result and Jacek Kurski

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Waldemar Buda from PiS commented on the poll results of the local elections on TVN24. – We were supposed to be knocked out, but we managed to maintain the status quo. This is a yellow card for Donald Tusk, he said. He also commented on the presence of Jacek Kurski in the PiS headquarters.

According to the Ipsos exit poll, Law and Justice won 33.7 percent of support throughout the country in the elections to the provincial assemblies, and the second-placed Civic Coalition received 31.9 percent of the votes. Third Droga was also on the podium with 13.5 percent voter support. The Confederation won 7.5 percent and the Left 6.8 percent. According to survey results, The Civic Coalition won three assemblies from PiS.

READ MORE: Ten facts on the post-election morning

Buda: it was supposed to be a knockout, but we managed to maintain the status quo

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The exit poll results for Ipsos were commented on TVN24 on Monday morning by Waldemar Buda from PiS. – We were supposed to be knocked out, we were supposed to lose it dramatically. We were supposed to return all the sejmiks, even the Podkarpackie sejmiks, (…) and we managed to maintain the status quo, so a really excellent result – he said.

He said it was also a “very serious yellow card for Donald Tusk.” – For his ruling style and what he has shown us over the past four months. The first analysis should show that young people did not vote and gave up support from the Civic Coalition. This is extremely important – said the TVN24 guest.

Kurski to the European Parliament? Buda: I know there were some talks going on

Buda was asked about his presence in the PiS headquarters after the announcement of the poll results of Jacek Kurski, during whose presidency PiS party propaganda on state television reached unprecedented heights. – All I can say is that he was. He had no other role, he replied.

When asked whether Kurski would run in the European Parliament elections, he replied: – I know that he did not participate in the elections that took place now.

– (He came to the headquarters) as a member of Law and Justice, he just looked in. However, the question of whether he will run as a candidate will be decided by President Jarosław Kaczyński. I know that some talks were taking place, but whether such a decision will be made, I don't know – he added.

The PiS president speaks at the headquarters, with Jacek Kurski behind himTVN24

Main photo source: TVN24



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