Polish voters go to the polls Sunday in parliamentary elections as public opinion polls indicate a victory for two center-right parties.
An estimated 30 million voters are eligible to cast ballots as they choose a 440 seat lower house and 100 member Senate.
Polls indicate the pro-business Civic Platform and the conservative Law and Justice Party, that seeks to maintain social programs, will emerge as the leading groups in parliament. Each is expected to gain about 30 percent of the vote.
The two groups are expected to form a center-right coalition replacing a government formed by the former communists of the Democratic Left Alliance. The current administration has been buffeted by high unemployment and corruption charges.
The vote comes two weeks before Poland's October 9 presidential elections in which polls also favor center-right candidates.