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CHISINAU, November 14. /TASS/. Leader of the Moldovan Party of Socialists, which is for restoration of the strategic partnership with Russia, Igor Dodon has kept the leading position in the presidential election, the Central Elections Commission said after calculating all the 100% of the ballots.
Thus, Dodon was supported by 52.18% of the vote (835,210 votes), and his competitor representing the pro-European opposition Maia Sandu scores 47.82% (765,460 votes).