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if one of these men will be poland's next president and it seems it could be anyone's race the incumbent president branislav komorowski's was initially expected to win easily until he lost the first round vote to conservative challenger on j. duda relatively unknown figure in polish politics until recently in a televised debate duda said police financial institutions should gradually buyout foreign owned banks to increase polish ownership usually today two thirds of polish banks are in the hands of foreign capital the polarization of thanks is necessary it should be a process of successive buyout of banks by big polish financial institutions those ones that a strong enough i could afford it , he also said poland should focus on its own interests within the e. u. including protecting its coal industry in the face of e. u. climate policies , but a poll taken after the debate put komorowski's slightly ahead with forty five percent support , foster changes for the better can happen only when we follow the standards of the western world which we are part of , we consequat people who want to oppose poland to the west in the european union , today the effective policy is to build good relations inside poland between ourselves and with our neighbors , which will probably be held around october , that would bring about an end to its unprecedented , polls open on sunday results is not expected before monday evening