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19.03.2013    source: www.cvu.org.ua

The Cherkasy branch of the Committee of Voters of Ukraine reports that on 10 March there were interim elections in the village of Sharin for a deputy of the Sharin Village Council. According to the official results of the election, Party of the Regions candidate Raisa Tyurina was elected by 100% of the voters who took part in the election. The turnout was 94%

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