Poland's top court confirms Duda's election for president

The Supreme Court of Poland has upheld the reelection of President Andrzej Duda after deciding that complaints about the validity of the country’s presidential election were insufficient to void the results

The ruling paves the way for Duda to take the oath of office before both chambers of parliament on Thursday.

It found 92 of the alleged violations justified, but said the irregularities did not affect the election’s outcome. The justices said the complaints from Trzaskowski team lacked necessary evidence about the time and location of the alleged breaches.

They said the Trzaskowski team's complaint also touched on campaigning, which is beyond the bounds of an electoral protest.

Many voters also complained about being unable to vote from abroad because their ballots arrived too late.