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MOSCOW, November 29 (Itar-Tass) —— More than 50,000 policemen will ensure security during the State Duma elections in Moscow due to be held on December 4, chief of the Public Order Maintenance Department of the capital Main Department of the Interior Ministry Vyacheslav Kozlov told journalists on Tuesday.
“It is planned to involve more than 51,500 officers of interior bodies and servicemen of Interior Troops,” Kozlov said.
As he said, all the officers of the Moscow Garrison who will be on duty on December 4 will be able to vote at the places of their service.
“The Main Department of the Russian Interior Ministry for Moscow will take all necessary measures to ensure security during the period of preparations for and holding of the elections,” the chief of the department said.