Exit polls in Poland raise concerns for Ukraine — Ukrainian MP Dunda
Ukrainian MP Oleh Dunda believes that the outcome of the elections in Poland could create a precarious situation regarding Ukraine
He shared his opinions with Espreso TV.
"Currently, what we see in the exit poll is a problem for Ukraine. It is the fact that according to the exit polls, PiS (the ruling national conservative Law and Justice party - ed.) won the election, but the opposition has the majority of votes, and this creates a very shaky situation. Polish experts are worried that this shaky position will lead to re-elections in a year. And all political parties realize that this is possible. And if they realize that re-elections are possible, they start campaigning," Dunda explained.
The MP also mentioned that Warsaw will experience some upheaval, and their focus will not be on the situation in Ukraine.
"What can this lead to with regard to Ukraine? We have already seen the last two months. This year-long election campaign is very threatening for Ukraine. Because Warsaw will be shaken, it can provoke any theses, and they will not be concerned with the situation in Ukraine. I would advise you to wait and hope that the election results in Poland will be more solid than the exit polls currently show," Dunda emphasized.
- On Sunday, October 15, Poland held parliamentary elections and a referendum.
- Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the new government of the country after the parliamentary elections should be formed by the current ruling party Law and Justice.