Poland's opposition challenges presidential election results before supreme court
By 17 July
Supreme Court of Poland (photo credit: alex.ch/flickr)
Supporters of the mayor of Warsaw, joined by scores of Polish voters and rights groups, raced on Thursday to file legal challenges to the validity of Sunday’s presidential election, which he narrowly lost to the incumbent, President Andrzej Duda.
The rush to file the complaints was the result of a new electoral code passed by the government in May, cutting the time to file such challenges from 14 days to three.
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