Opposition leader Alexei Navalny (C) speaks to the media at his campaign headquarters after voting closed in a mayoral election in Moscow September 8, 2013. Two exit polls indicated Kremlin favourite Sergei Sobyanin was on track to win a Moscow mayoral election with about 53 percent of the vote, state-run RIA and Itar-Tass news agencies reported, but opposition candidate Alexei Navalny disputed the results. The slogan in the background reads "Changing Russia, starting with Moscow". REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)

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Vene opositsiooniliidri Aleksei Navalnõi valimiskampaania meeskond prognoosib Moskva linnapea valimistel teist vooru, lähtudes lävepakuküsitluste tulemustest.

«Meie lävepakuküsitluse kohaselt sai [linnapea kohusetäitja] Sergei Sobjanin ainult 46 protsenti moskvalaste häältest seisuga kell 19, Aleksei Navalnõi sai 35,6 protsenti,» ütles Navalnõi kampaaniameeskonna liige pühapäeval Interfaxile.