Despite growing opposition, Andrzej C Level Executive List Duda narrowly won again in the last elections called amid the pandemic. The right-wing revolution in Poland continues On July 12, 2020, two 48-year-old politicians faced each other in the second round of C Level Executive List the presidential elections in Poland: the incumbent president, Andrzej Duda, candidate of the conservative right articulated in Law and Justice (PiS, for its acronym in Polish), and Rafał Trzaskowski, current mayor of C Level Executive List Warsaw and candidate of the main opposition force, the centrist liberal Civic Platform (PO) party. 

The candidates presented C Level Executive List very different political visions in this momentous and polarized election, which mobilized more voters than any other election in the last 25 years. Duda defended the continuity of PiS at the head of the government and the C Level Executive List policies of the last five years, during which the increasing government control over the judicial system and the use of state power to shape the public sphere for the benefit of the ruling political group eroded democracy. Trzaskowski strongly opposed the ideological and institutional C Level Executive List project of the PiS government and presented a radically different vision for the country, linked to political liberalism. 

Duda's narrow victory with 51% C Level Executive List of the vote, against Trzaskowski's 49%, promises a revitalization of PiS policies to establish its hegemony over the state and the public sphere, although it reveals that half of the Polish electorate opposes to C Level Executive List this project. The political project of the PiS The PiS came to power in 2015, when it defeated the Civic Platform, first in the presidential elections and then in the parliamentary ones. Poland has a parliamentary system with a bicameral Parliament made up of the Lower House (Sejm) and the C Level Executive List Senate, and a president elected by popular vote.