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GEORGIA-OSSETIA/VOTE
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May 30, 2009
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant...
Moscow, Russia
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in Moscow...
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant in Moscow May 27, 2009. Separatist leader Eduard Kokoity is expected to extend what the opposition calls his tyranny over South Ossetia when the Russian-backed rebel region holds an election on Sunday, nine months after an invasion by Georgia. The opposition say Kokoity wants to change the constitution so that he can run for a third term in 2011 and an overwhelming success in the parliamentary election would help him do this. "We are ashamed that our country is represented by this so-called president and his band. You cannot even call this a regime. It is a tyranny," said Jussoyev, a 45-year-old businessman. Picture taken May 27, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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