Poles living in Ireland could vote in three electoral districts: Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Some of them travelled over 200 km just to cast their vote
Picnic-like atmosphere of nearby Champs-Elysees infected the queue for voting booths at the Polish embassy in Paris. People chatted away to pass the time in a two-hour long wait
The biggest centre of Polish diaspora in Europe. 'What's this queue for?', asked passers-by. 'It's for democracy!', people answered. Some waited up to six hours to vote!
California-based students and scientists voted in an uncrowded electoral district. There were 30, 000 registered voters in the entire US
Even in a tiny island there were people willing to vote!
Post-election party, where young Poles celebrate the see more liberal Civic Platform partys win