Polish opposition party campaigns in IrelandSunday 30 September 2007 22.55
The leader of Poland's main opposition party has been in Dublin, talking to voters living in Ireland ahead of Poland's General Election on the 21st October.
The latest census says over 60,000 Poles are usually resident in Ireland while other estimates say the figure is at least double that.
Polish people living in Ireland have until the 16th October to register to vote.
On polling day, they will be able to cast their vote in one of three ballot stations in Cork, Limerick or Dublin.