"We must stay united as there is a lot to do. We must keep on fighting for democratic Poland, to stop the central power which tries to control all independent institutions. So, there's really plenty of work ahead of us," mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski said in an interview for TVN24. After a long and tough presidential race the opposition candidate narrowly lost the presidential run-off to the incumbent Andrzej Duda, an ally of the nationalist government led by the Law and Justice party (PiS0. "It's already clear today that PiS will want to try even harder to attack free media, maybe try to abolish them, to attack local governments, and to push their pseudo-reform of the justice system even further," mayor Trzaskowski warned.