Voting is underway in Poland’s general election but if the opinion polls are correct, there will be no change at the top.
The ruling Civic Platform is tipped to win a second consecutive term. It would be the first Polish party to do so since the fall of communism in 1989.
Prime Minister Donald Tusk has portrayed himself as a safe pair of hands. Four more years in power would give his centre-right party a chance to press ahead with economic reforms and closer ties with the European Union.
But it is not in the bag just yet.
The conservative-nationalist Law and Justice party of outspoken ex-premier Jaroslaw Kaczynski has narrowed the gap in some polls. He has said his political role is a moral obligation to his twin, Poland’s late President Lech Kaczynski, who died in a plane crash last year.