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SUKHUM, March 12. /TASS/. Russian observers have not fixed any breaches at the parliamentary elections in Abkhazia, representative of the Russian Central Elections Commission Vasily Likhachev told TASS on Sunday.
There are only certain minors of "technical character," he said. "We can say, the elections continue in compliance with the Abkhazian legislation and European standards."
"I have visited a few polling stations, and would like to stress an important aspect - most of voters coming to the polling stations are young people," he said.
Abkhazia on Sunday has parliamentary elections, where 137 candidates run for 35 mandates.