Poland gears up for delayed poll in which incumbent Andrzej Duda faces challenge from Rafał Trzaskowski.
Maria Wilczek is a freelance journalist in Poland. She contributes to The Economist, Telegraph, Spectator and Gazeta Wyborcza - a Polish daily.
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