Polish opposition leader Donald Tusk declared a win after exit poll shows ruling conservatives lose majority.
Poland is holding an election Sunday that many view as its most important one since the 1989 vote that toppled communism.
Polish citizens voiced their anger at officials they say have eroded democratic norms and created fears that the nation is going down the path to autocracy.
At first the tremors were thought to have been caused by earthquakes, but on Monday researchers said they were caused by pressure waves from "an unknown source."
The heir to the throne met with British and Polish troops in Rzeszow, a city that has become a hub for shipments of military and humanitarian aid bound for Ukraine.
Justyna Wydrzyńska, whose case has been closely followed by human rights groups, has been sentenced her to eight months of community service.
After a television report accused the former Pope of covering up clergy sex abuse cases in Poland, the country’s Catholic Church called him “one of the greatest Poles.”
A report by Polish channel TVN24 said the now-sainted former Pope sought to conceal reports of three priests who reportedly abused minors.
“Doesn’t matter what your race, your color, your creed, Norwegian, Polack, Somalian, you name it," said Minnesota state Sen. Mark Johnson (R) Wednesday.
The two boys and three girls were born through cesarean section Sunday, in the pregnancy’s 28th week, at the University Hospital in Krakow.