Posts are casting a ballot in a presidential political decision, seen as a fight for the nation’s future and its stressed relations with the European Union.
The second round pits occupant Andrzej Duda, a partner of the moderate government, against socially liberal Warsaw city hall leader Rafal Trzaskowski.
A Duda win would proclaim dubious changes to the legal executive and proceeded with resistance to premature birth and gay rights.
Mr Trzaskowski backs an increasingly dynamic plan and dynamic job in the EU.
Mr Duda beat the first round of casting a ballot with a persuading lead yet missed the mark concerning the half expected to win inside and out.
Be that as it may, Mr Trzaskowski hopes to win the help of the greater part of the individuals who decided in favor of different competitors, and a nearby outcome is anticipated.
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Surveys opened at 07:00 neighborhood time (05:00 GMT) and shut down at 21:00.
The BBC’s Adam Easton, revealing from a surveying station in Warsaw, says there is a constant flow of individuals showing up and putting on face veils to cast a ballot, however no indication of the long lines seen fourteen days back in the first round, which saw the most noteworthy turnout in 25 years.
President Duda is a partner of the overseeing patriot Law and Justice (PiS) party and in the event that he loses, the restriction could push through significant changes in Polish governmental issues.
Mr Duda plans to proceed with changes to the legal executive
The president has the ability to veto enactment, so Mr Duda’s re-appointment would be good for PiS, of which he used to be a part.
He experienced harsh criticism during the political decision, incorporating for a discourse where he said LGBT rights were a “belief system” more damaging than socialism.
Talking on the most recent day of battling on Friday, Mr Duda said he would keep reinforcing the Polish state, “based on our sacred convention which is hallowed to us all and in which we have been raised for ages”.