The funniest thing of it all is that the lowest frequency was in Ursynów, where Guział started it all.
Which says that the voters of Ursynów wanted nothing to do with this referendum. The only interesting thing was the vote in Srodmiescie - has Warsaw also got the problem of a significant amount of working classes living there?
Second most funny thing is that PIS is now accusing everybody else of using "Byolorussian tactics" and that tens of thousands city workers influenced the result by not voting.
What makes that even more hilarious is that they themselves were the ones encouraging the city workers to vote!
As for the reference to "Belarusian tactics", they should be ashamed of themselves. They lost fair and square - but well, given that Jaroslaw Kaczynski believes that he has the sole right to rule and to decide who else rules, no wonder he's making such accusations.
And third funniest thing is that these accusations come from Kamiński, who was using in PIS/Samoobrona/LPR times CBA to spy on "unfriendly" journalists.
Kaminski certainly knows a thing or two about using such tactics to eliminate political rivals.
In other news, Jarek is hinting darkly that Tusk broke the law by appealing for people to stay home. He notably does not actually mention any particular law....
Good, I hope he keeps up with the hinting. The more he shows his bitter, angry side, the better.
What's interesting about this election is that it shows that the PiS vote has hardly moved since 2010 in Warsaw. Instead of ranting about Belarusian tactics, he might want to ask himself what he's going to do about their utter inability to increase their vote...