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Muscovites Queue Up to Be Poll Stations Invigilators
29.02.2012 12:00
Muscovites Queue Up to Be Poll Stations Invigilators
Muscovites registering as poll stations invigilators

Although independent invigilators have long been allowed to attend and observe the Russian elections, it was only in December 2011 that people have really taken the business of monitoring the elections seriously. In the last few days many of them have been coming to Mikhail Prokhorov's headquarters to register as poll stations invigilators. The headquarters are located at the premises of the Central Telegraph in Tverskaya St in Moscow city centre. As Novaya Gazeta reports, the queues are very, very long.

      Source and image courtesyNovaya Gazeta.

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian politics Russian society elections 2012   

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