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Bronislaw Komorowski
Polish opposition party calls for rerun of elections

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's largest opposition party has called for a rerun of regional elections held last Sunday because a computer failure has left the country with no word of the final results. President Bronislaw Komorowski dismissed the suggestion as the height of insanity. The state election commission, the PKW, said on Saturday it did not know when the final results would be announced. The votes are being counted manually. Poland, known in recent years for its political stability in an otherwise volatile region, has been shaken by the failure of the computer system. "The breakdown of the system for counting votes is a scandalous occurrence, an embarrassment," President...