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MOSCOW, November 30. /TASS/. About 2,000 people have lined up near Moldova’s consular section in Moscow to participate in the parliamentary elections on Sunday.
Not all reporters managed to get into the polling station early in the morning. Many reporters have to wait on the line. The security say they cannot let the media in as only the embassy’s official may issue passes for the media.
Moldovan government allowed the country’s citizens to vote in Russia’s cities of Moscow, Ramenskoye (near Moscow), Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg and Sochi.
Official reports say about 700,000 Moldovan nationals staying in Russia. Unofficial data is about one million people. Most of them have come to Russia in seach for work.