Poland's ruling party seen to keep power in parliamentary vote

Early official results show populist Law and Justice party set to win with 49.3 percent of vote.

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    Poland's ruling nationalist party has declared victory in parliamentary elections.

    Exit polls show the Law and Justice party is on course to win an even bigger majority.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from Warsaw.


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