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    16 POLLING STATIONS TO OPEN IN TRANSDNIESTRIA ON MARCH 14

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    TIRASPOL, February 16 (RIA Novosti correspondent Vladimir Sandutsa) - Sixteen polling stations have been formed in Transdniestria (a non-recognized republic in Moldova) on the threshold of the Russian President's elections, counselor of the Russian Embassy in Moldova Yuri Mordvintsev said on Monday.

    According to the diplomat, the region has got five more polling stations in comparison with the State Duma election campaign in 2003.

    The local election commissions comprise Russian citizens residing in Transdniestria. Russian communities in the region submitted proposals on their staff to the Russian Embassy.

    About 70 percent of Transdniestrian residents having Russian citizenship will be able to participate in the presidential elections. Only those having proper documents will be admitted to voting.

    On the election day (March 14) 17 polling stations will be open in Moldova: one in Chisinau and 16 in Transdniestria (7 in Tiraspol, 4 in Bendery, others in Rybnitsa, Dubossary, Slobodzeya, Grigoriopol and Dnestrovsk), Yuri Mordvintsev said.

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