In Poland, the President is the highest representative of the Polish authorities. It plays the role of the highest authority in terms of executive power. His most important task is to oversee the Constitution.
All the powers of the President of the Republic of Poland are set out in the Constitution, more precisely, the notes are in its fifth chapter. You can list here Powers towards the Nation, systemic changes, legislative power, executive power, the judiciary, as well as in emergency situations.
As for the states of emergency, it is the President who has the power to institute war, if there is an attack on Poland, establishing martial law or a state of emergency, and also if an application is submitted by the Prime Minister, it is the President who may order the mobilization and use of the armed forces. Of course you have to take into account, that we are talking about the state of emergency not only during the war or martial law, but also in the case of various states of natural disaster.
In the case of powers related to executive power, we can talk about granting Polish citizenship by the President. To obtain Polish citizenship, such a person must make a special request. The president may also submit a special request to the Sejm, with a letter to appoint the President of the National Bank of Poland. Moreover, its scope of tasks includes the presentation of various orders and decorations. Within the meaning of obligations and powers falling within the scope of the legislature, one can talk about the ordering of parliamentary elections, as well as the appointment of the Senior Marshal in the Sejm.