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PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo's ruling party of Prime Minister Hashim Thaci declared victory on Sunday in a parliamentary election marked by low turnout among Kosovars frustrated with widespread poverty and corruption.
With the Democratic Party of Kosovo ahead in a partial vote count, deputy leader Kadri Veseli told a news conference: "Our party is the biggest winner of the national election."
(Reporting by Fatos Bytyci; Writing by Matt Robinson)
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