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Krajowe Eliminacje

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Krajowe Eliminacje

Krajowe Eliminacje (National Qualification) is the Polish national selection for the country's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest. The first Krajowe Eliminacje contest was held in 2010. In 2003-2004 the national selection was named to the Krajowe Eliminacje do Konkursu Piosenki Eurowizji and in years 2006-2009 under the name Piosenka dla Europy.

Polish Television (TVP) decision not to send representatives to Eurovision in 2012 and 2013 caused a controversy in Poland.[1] It has resume its support in 2014.[2] However, unlike in the previous recent editions, the Polish representative was selected not by the public, but by an internal TVP commission (as has happened in the years 1994-2002; the resulting lack of transparency was also criticized.[3]


  • Winners 1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4


Year Song Translation Artist Position in ESC
2010 Legenda The legend Marcin Mroziński SF: 13th
2011 Jestem I am Magdalena Tul SF:19

See also

External links

  • Polish OGAE Site
  • Polish Official Site


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  2. ^,Eurowizja-2014-po-3-latach-przerwy-TVP-wysle-polskiego-reprezentanta
  3. ^,2000271,50

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