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Now let's get back to our studio guest, Mr. Hua Shiping, for more on Poland's run-off election.
Q1: Moderate conservative Bronislaw Komorowski's narrow victory only needs to be confirmed by a final count later on Monday. Analysts say this will bring relief to investors, as they fear the leader of the main opposition party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski would veto reforms to repair Poland's battered public finances. What else will Komorowski's victory mean to the country?
Q2: In terms of diplomatic ties. What will Komorowski's win mean for Poland itself, and the country's relationships throughout Europe?
Thanks, Mr. Hua. That's our current affairs commentator Mr. Hua Shiping, on Poland's presidential run-off election.