Jarosław Kaczyński in Żoliborz, Donald Tusk in Ursynów, Szymon Hołownia in Białystok, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz in Podolany in Lesser Poland, Włodzimierz Czarzasty in Sosnowiec. This is how party leaders voted in the parliamentary elections.
Jaroslaw Kaczynskipresident of Law and Justice, arrived at the polling station at the Main School of Fire Service at 2 Siemiradzkiego Street in Warsaw’s Żoliborz district shortly after 3 p.m.
Kaczyński, entering the premises, asked the people standing in the queue who was the last one and went to the end. The president cast his vote in committee number 333.
After putting the ballots into the ballot box, the Deputy Prime Minister left the polling station and headed to his car.
Donald Tuskchairman of the Civic Platform, cast his vote after 12 p.m. at the electoral commission located in the primary school number 310 in Warsaw’s Ursynów district.
Szymon Hołowniaone of the leaders of the Third Way, cast his vote in the district committee No. 73 in the Piasta housing estate in Białystok.
The second leader of the Third Way, president of the Polish People’s Party Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz he voted with his wife at the District Electoral Commission No. 26 in Podolany in Lesser Poland.
Deputy Speaker of the Sejm, co-chairman of the New Left Włodzimierz Czarzasty voted at the polling station in Sosnowiec.
Co-chairman of the Razem party Adrian Zenberg cast his vote at a polling station in Warsaw.
One of the leaders of the Confederation Sławomir Mentzen he cast his vote at the District Electoral Commission No. 85 in Toruń.
The second leader of the Confederation Krzysztof Bosak and his wife cast their votes at the polling station in the Municipal Cultural Center in Józefów.
Main photo source: PAP