A quick look at 2 main parties in Poland's Oct. 25 election

Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz speaks to journalists after a meeting with a group of Polish women on the last day of the parliamentary elections campaign in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, ahead of the Sunday voting. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Only two parties in Poland can be sure of winning substantial numbers of parliament seats in Sunday’s general elections: the ruling Civic Platform party and the largest opposition party, Law and Justice, the leader in opinion polls. One or more small parties could end up as coalition partners of the winner.

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