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Municipal elections in November
February 1, 2018   
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Poland is most likely to hold the first round of this year's municipal elections on November 4 as the date is preferred by the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) top brass, sources within the party tell the daily Rzeczpospolita.
The second round would then be held on November 18, a schedule which puts turnout at President Andrzej Duda's November 11 planned constitutional referendum (optionally on November 10-11) under a question mark.
The referendum appears problematic for the ruling camp. PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski indicated in a recent interview for the weekly Gazeta Polska that November 11, the 100th anniversary of Poland's independence, should not be marred, but Kaczynski may be reluctant to risk a conflict within the ruling camp by sabotaging the presidential initiative, according to an unspecified PiS politician.
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