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In Moldova, the police did not allow members of the PMR election commission into the village


TIRASPOL Dec 12 The Moldovan police did not allow members of the electoral commission with ballot boxes to enter the village of Dorotskoye so that the citizens of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic would vote in the presidential elections in the PMR, the First Pridnestrovsky TV channel reported. The village of Dorotskoye is located on the left bank of the Dniester, but is under the jurisdiction of Moldova. There are also citizens of the PMR who have expressed a desire to vote. Co-chairman of the Joint Control Commission (the leading body of the peacekeeping operation – ed.) From Transnistria, Oleg Belyakov, called the incident an incident. “There have been no reasons for not allowing our electoral commission to participate in the elections. I believe that these actions are illegal from the point of view of Moldova's law enforcement agencies, they create tension in the security zone,” Belyakov said. runs from 7.00 to 20.00 local time (8.00 – 21.00 Moscow time). Two presidential candidates were registered in the elections: the current president of the republic, Vadim Krasnoselsky, and a resident of the village of Gyrtop, Grigoriopol region, Sergei Pynzar. There is no column “against all” in the ballot paper, there is no voter turnout threshold in the elections. Preliminary results will be announced on December 13. The Moldovan authorities have previously declared the elections illegitimate. Moreover, international observers from Russia, including the well-known political scientist, Doctor of Sciences Natalya Narochnitskaya and Deputy Director of the Institute of CIS Countries Vladimir Yegorov, were denied entry to the country by the Moldovan border police without explanation. In Tiraspol, this was regarded as a gross interference of Chisinau in the presidential elections in the PMR. Transnistria, 60% of whose inhabitants are Russians and Ukrainians, sought to secede from Moldova even before the collapse of the USSR, fearing that Moldova would join Romania on the wave of nationalism. In 1992, after the failed attempt of the Moldovan authorities to solve the problem by force, Transnistria became a territory not controlled by Chisinau. “5 + 2”

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