Polish opposition says ready to form govt

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Poland’s liberal opposition that won a majority in the general election said on Tuesday it was ready to form a coalition and urged the country’s conservative president to entrust it with forming a new government.

“I’m counting on constructive cooperation with the president and on quick decisions. The Polish people are waiting for it. We are ready to work anytime,” opposition leader Donald Tusk said as he confirmed he would be the bloc’s prime minister candidate.


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