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Over 60 per cent voted in the parliamentary elections in South Ossetia2009-05-31 16:11
Over 60 per cent of South Ossetian citizens have already voted in the parliamentary elections in the republic.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Central Electoral Commission of South Ossetia representatives assure the number of voters will increase, as people keep on coming to the polling stations.
95 poll stations were opened: 88 in the republic, 6 in the neighboring North Ossetia, one - in Moscow.
18 poll stations are opened in Tskhinval, 14 in Tskhinval region, 21 in Dzhava region, 12 in Znauri region, 22 in Leninogori one.
The high rate of attendance witnesses people's support to the course chosen by President Kokoyty, and realize that perception of South Ossetia as an independent state in the world depends on their activity, the Central Electoral Commission source stated to Georgia Times.