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A woman prepares to cast her ballot while as her daughter leaves the polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

A woman prepares to cast her ballot while as her daughter leaves the polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in...more

A woman prepares to cast her ballot while as her daughter leaves the polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
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A man casts his ballot at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. P REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

A man casts his ballot at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round...more

A man casts his ballot at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. P REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
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A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off...more

A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
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A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off...more

A woman leaves a polling booth at a voting station during elections for Romania's Parliament in Pantelimon, near Bucharest December 9, 2012. Romania's prime minister is heading for victory in parliamentary elections on Sunday that could set off another round of a power struggle with the rightist president and complicate talks for a new IMF deal. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
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