Polish voters: what do you think about the election results? | Poland

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Poland’s populist Law and Justice (Pis) party, which has been in power eight years, has no clear way to form a majority government after Sunday’s election.

It is expected a coalition will form a government led by former prime minister and European Council president Donald Tusk.

The change of power represents a potential end to Poland’s populist rule – that has seen abortion rights rolled back, the rule of law eroded and hostility towards minorities and immigrants – for the European Union’s fifth most-populous country.

We want to hear from you. Are you a voter living in Poland or another country? What are your thoughts on the election results? How will the change of power likely impact you?

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