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Ntshinoge ward Mochudi west
BDP – 995
UDC – 551
BMD – 87
AP – 85
Spoiled – 11

Rasesa – Mochudi West
BDP – 1453
UDC – 530
AP – 45
Spoiled – 14

Makgophana ward – Mochudi West
UDC 845
BDP 614
BMD 49
Independent 20
AP 43

Hebron Ward – Goodhope/Mabule
BDP – 597
UDC – 514
Independent – 37
AP – 63

Rakhuna Ward – Goodhope/Mabule
UDC – 863
BDP – 828
AP – 48
Independent – 70
Independent – 37

Mmakgori Ward – Goodhope/Mabule
BDP – 776
UDC – 433
AP – 55
Independent – 51
Spoiled – 38

Pitsane Ward – Goodhope/Mabule
UDC – 976
BDP – 882
AP – 58

Ramatlabama Ward – Goodhope/Mabule
BDP – 829
UDC – 809
AP – 409

Kasane Central – Chobe Constituency
BDP – 718
UDC – 430
IND – 102
BPF – 19
SPOILT – 15

Nata/Gweta constituency, Mosetse ward ( Mosetse/Kutamogoree/ Lephashe )
BPF – 772
BDP – 567
UDC – 80

Senyawe ward – Tati East constituency
BDP – 503
INDEPENDENT – 142
UDC – 98
SPOILT – 16

Bontleng ward – Selebi Phikwe West
UDC – 398
BDP- 310
INDEPENDENT – 79
AP – 42

Pandamatenga Ward – Chobe Constituency
BDP – 427
UDC – 325
INDP – 19
Spoilt – 22

Old Kazungula/Lesoma Ward – Chobe Constituency
BDP – 394
IND – 239
UDC – 125
BPF – 26
Spoilt – 15

Hunhukwe-Monong-Ncaang council Ward – Kgalagadi North Constituency
BDP – 439
UDC – 308
Spoilt -3

Hukuntsi East -Kgalagadi North Constituency
BDP – 680
UDC – 344
Independent – 52

Tshesebe ward- Tati East constituency
BDP – 509
Independent – 191
UDC – 185
BPF – 48
AP – 18
SPOILT – 20

Moroka ward – Tati West constituency
UDC – 602
BDP – 494
BPF – 31
Spoilt – 9

Seole ward – Jwaneng/ Mabutsane
BDP – 320
UDC – 153
AP – 45
BPF – 44

Bojanala Ward – Maun East
UDC – 536
BDP – 181

Hukuntsi West – Kgalagadi North
BDP – 860
UDC – 376
Independent – 73
Spoilt – 1

Marapalalo Ward – Kanye South
BDP -781
UDC – 575
Spoilt – 26

Dukwi ward , Nata/Gweta Constituency
BDP – 530
UDC – 294
BPF – 148

Tsokatshaa ward , Nata/Gweta Constituency
BDP – 530
UDC – 294
BPF -148

Tati Siding west – Tati East constituency
BDP – 397
UDC – 235
INDEPENDENT 182
AP – 67
BMD – 64
BPF – 48

Matsiloje ward (Tati East constituency)
BDP – 521
IND – 234
UDC – 214
BPF – 85

Sowa ward – Nata/ Gweta Constituency
BDP – 536
UDC – 312

Gweta-Zoroga ward, Nata-Gweta Constituency
BDP – 499
UDC – 465
BPF – 284

Masa-a-sele ward, Jwaneng/Mabutsane Constituency
UDC – 303
BDP – 228
AP – 108

Donga ward – Francistown East
BDP – 822
UDC – 413
BPF – 83
AP – 75
IND- 29
Spoilt – 1

Seole ward, Jwaneng/Mabutsane Constituency
BDP – 320
UDC – 153
AP – 45
BPF – 43

Mogoditshane Central North
BDP – 574
UDC – 200
AP – 178
Spoiled votes 7

Maokaneng Ward (Lobatse)
BDP – 451
UDC – 114
Spoiled – 4

Sesame – Kagiso ward – Phikwe West
UDC – 407
BDP – 353
BPF – 81

Siviya ward (Tati East constituency)
BDP – 837
UDC – 444
BPF – 81
AP – 34

Mosojane ward (Tati West constituency)
UDC 915
BDP 595
BPF 144
Spoiled 24

Serorome West ward – Palapye
BDP 805
UDC 544
BPF 131
AP 7

Khaekholo ward, Tlokweng constituency
BDP 461
UDC 426
AP 62

Lehututu/ Maake ward – Kgalagadi North
BDP 682
UDC 598
Independent 51
Spoilt 25

Lesunyaneng ward, Tlokweng constituency
BDP 682
UDC 423
BMD 301
AP 58

Morula Ward – Bonnington South
BDP 746
UDC 462
BPF 189
AP 176
Independent 159
Spoilt 6

Central ward, Francistown East constituency
AP 683
BDP 608
UDC 227
Spoilt 29

Khwai/Mababe – Maun East
UDC 222
BDP 194
AP 146
Independent 47
BPF 13
Spoilt 7

Kgale view ward, Bonnington South
BDP 858
UDC 368
AP 593
BPF 32

Masunga ward (Tati West)
BDP 636
UDC 451
Independent 353
BPF 273
Spoilt 22

Lerala East Ward – Lerala/Maunatlala Constituency
BDP 612
UDC 304
Independent 233

Mmaphula Central. Palapye
BDP 343
UDC 311
BPF 120
AP 103

Tlokweng Central – Tlokweng constituency
BDP 597
UDC 444
AP 376
BMD 36

Raphalane ward, Jwaneng/Mabutsane Constituency
BDP-411
UDC-255
AP-24

Selemela ward – Gaborone South
BDP 858
UDC 416
AP 273
BMD 27

Lerolwane ward (Mmathethe-Molapowabojang constituency)
BDP-591
UDC-275
BPF-148
Independent-30
Spoilt-60

Ruele ward (Kanye South)
UDC 547
BDP 455
Spoilt 24

Raphalane ward – Jwaneng/Mabutsane Constituency
BDP – 411
UDC – 255
AP – 24

Ga Segwagwa (Mmathethe-Molapowabojang)
BDP-675
UDC-364
Independent-63
Spoilt-32

Ntshe ward – Francistown East
BDP 642
UDC 470
AP 65
BPF 27
Spoilt 11

Mmaphula West, Palapye
BDP 590
UDC 470
BPF 369
AP 173

Lenganeng ward – Tlokweng constituency
BDP 1197
UDC 717
AP 141

Tati siding East – Tati East Constituency
UDC 715
BDP 685
BPF 128
AP 67
IND 63
SPOILT 26

Bothatogo/Bodibeng/Somelo wards, Ngami Constituency
UDC 881
BDP 707
AP 59
Spoilt 21

Mabumahibidu ward, Bobonong
UDC 1145
BDP 717
BMD 29

Tlogatloga ward, Gaborone Bonnington North constituency
BDP 749
AP 517
UDC 379
BMD 59
Spoilt 2

Ramokgwebana ward (Tati West)
BDP 548
UDC 468
BPF 241
Spoilt 19

Qangwa/Xaixai wards, Ngami Constituency
BDP 409
UDC 394
BPF 91

Itekeng ward – Francistown East Constituency
BDP 667
UDC 139
AP 137
BPF 96

Central Ward – Tonota
BDP 983
UDC 426
BPF 125

Swaneng ward, Serowe North constituency
BPF 466
BDP 279
AP 180
UDC 50
BMD 21
Spoilt 13

Xhumo/Mmadikola: Boteti West
UDC -1153
BDP -648

Chanoga/Phuduhudu ward, Maun East constituency
UDC 477
BDP 451
Independent 148
BPF 24
Spoilt 27

Sefoke ward, Tlokweng constituency
BDP 735
UDC 666
AP 242
BMD 52

Gamodubu – Molepolole South
BDP 1326
UDC 265
AP 200

Boseja Central ward, Mochudi East constituency
BDP-892
UDC-611
AP-83
Spoilt -27

Marulamantsi ward, Bonnington South constituency
BDP 803
UDC 391
AP 70
Spoilt 3

Ditladi ward, Tati East constituency
AP 356
UDC 287
BDP 279
BMD 181
BPF 113
IND 17
SPOILT 15

Maitengwe south, Nkange Constituency
UDC 804
BDP 469
INDEPENDENT 51
AP 41
Spoilt 33

Diphetogo Ward – Gaborone Bonnington North Constituency
UDC 896
BDP 846
AP 207
BMD 65
INDEPENDENT 46
SPOILT 2

Gasita – Mmathethe-Molapowabojang constituency
BDP-577
UDC-257
BPF-66
50 spoilt

Makwate/Taupye – Mahalapye East
BDP 586
UDC 570
BPF 424
SPOILT 34

Moselewapula ward, , Francistown West Constituency
BDP 550
UDC 579
AP 196
BPF 47

Molapowabojang East, Mmathethe-Molapowabojang Constituency
BDP-877
UDC-759
AP-111
Independent- 81

Shakawe East – Okavango Constituency
BDP 849
UDC 705
Spoilt 12

Makaleng ward, Tati West Constituency
BDP 440
AP 293
UDC 273
BPF 131
Rejected 15

Sepopa-Ikoga ward, Okavango constituency
UDC 952
BDP 835
AP 40
Spoilt 40

Ngwapa/Mokobeng ward – Sefhare-Ramokgonami Constituency
UDC 1066
BDP 450
Spoil votes: 24

Maokane ward, Mmathethe/Molapowabojang Constituency
BDP 471
UDC 427
BPF 124
SPOILT 19

Bere/kagcae wards, Ghanzi South Constituency
UDC 490
BDP 275
BPF 45

Hanahai ward, Ghanzi South Constituency
BDP 406
UDC 332
BPF 220

Charleshill ward, Ghanzi South Constituency
UDC 546
BDP 418
BPF 106

Government Ward, Gaborone Central
Bdp 712
UDC 384
AP 268

Plateau Ward, Chobe Constituency
BDP 758
UDC 518

Nokaneng/Habu wards, Ngami Constituency
BDP 1107
UDC 1072

Shakawe-Mohembo West, Okavango constituency
UDC 1 016
BDP 878
AP 67
Spoilt 45

Village ward, Gaborone Central constituency
BDP 818
UDC 630
AP 333

Shashe ward, Maun West constituency
UDC 873
BDP 649
AP 211
BPF 33
Spoilt 32

Moselewapula ward, Gaborone Bonnington North constituency
BDP 975
UDC 651
AP 412
INDEPENDENT 290
SPOILT 4

Kauxwi-Xakao – Okavango Constituency
UDC 1080
BDP 519
AP 120
Spoilt 17

Molalatau ward, Bobonong constituency
BDP 514
Independent 450
UDC 35
Spoilt 30

Kang North Ward – Kgalagadi North
UDC 760
BDP 579

Ukwi/Ngwatle/Zutshwa ward (Kgalagadi North)
UDC 582
BDP 459
Spoilt 11

Tshane/Lokgwabe Ward (Kgalagadi North)
UDC 945
BDP 825
Independent 35
Spoilt 29

Moletemane ward, Bobonong constituency
UDC 545
BDP 467
Independent 345
Spoilt 10

Botshabelo West – Selebi East
BDP 321
AP 279
UDC 221

Kgale Farms, Tlokweng constituency
BDP 404
UDC 279

Boseja South ward, Mochudi East
BDP – 1403
UDC – 1088
BMD – 29
INDIPENDENT – 41
Spoilt – 41

Metlhabeng ward, Tlokweng constituency
BDP 618
UDC 363
AP 244

Xhosa 1 – Mahalapye East
BDP 784
BPF 456
UDC 995
SPOILT 45

Kopano ward, S/Phikwe West constituency
BDP 381
AP 352
UDC 288

Tonota East Ward, Tonota
BDP 696
UDC 589
Rejected 26
Did not vote 192

Thakadiawa ward, S/Phikwe West constituency
UDC 659
BDP 281
AP 72

Leseding ward, S/Phikwe West constituency
UDC 555
BDP 262

Letlhakeng South ward – (Letlhakeng/Lephephe Constituency)
UDC 819
BDP 560
AP 82
SPOILT 40

Sesame South ward, S/Phikwe West constituency
UDC 514
BDP 378
Independent 181
BPF 54

Nata West ward, Nata/Gweta constituency
BDP 770
UDC 192
BPF 153
Independent 108
Spoilt 19

Themashanga ward, Tati East constituency
BDP 565
UDC 514
Independent 72
BPF 20
SPOILT 16

Parwe, Mahalapye West constituency
BDP 737
UDC 375
BPF 322
AP 86
BMD 48
SPOILT 70

Mmankgodi South – Gabane/ Mmankgodi
BDP 1446
UDC 679
AP 187

Bophirima ward – Gaborone Bonnington South
BDP 731
UDC 437
AP 333
Independent candidate 113
Spoilt 7

Nkoyaphiri central, Mogoditshane Constituency
BDP 637
UDC 367
AP 186
BPF 27

Nkoyaphiri South, Mogoditshane Constituency
BDP 882
UDC 486
AP 107

Bosele ward – Gaborone Bonnington North Constituency
BDP 612
UDC 487
INDEPENDENT 147
AP 138
INDEPENDENT 66
INDEPENDENT 5
BPF 20
SPOILT 7

Lentsweletau West, Mmopane/Lentsweletau Constituency
BDP 815
UDC 365
AP 268
Spoilt 100

Bombadi/thito ward – Maun West Constituency
UDC 1026
BDP 718
AP 201
BPF 24
Spoilt 13

Ngami ward – Jwaneng/Mabutsane
BDP-340
UDC-231
AP-27

Mogoditshane Central Constituency
BDP 739
UDC 319
AP 205

Marulamantsi (Bonnington South)
BDP – 803
UDC – 391
AP – 701

Bosele ward – Gaborone Bonnington North
BDP – 612
UDC – 487
IND – 147
AP – 138
IND- 66
IND – 52
BPF 20

Bombadi/thito ward – Maun West
UDC – 1026
BDP – 718
AP – 201
BPF – 24

Lentsweletau West, Mmopane/Lentsweletau
BDP – 815
UDC – 365
AP – 268
Spoilt – 100

Shashe Ward – Maun West
UDC – 873
BDP – 649
AP – 211
BPF -33

Itumeleng ward – Gaborone Bonnington North
BDP – 763
UDC – 440
AP – 223
BMD – 43
Independent – 14

Khwae-Mababe Ward – Maun East
UDC – 222
BDP – 194
AP – 146
Independent – 47
BPF – 13

Mmalekokopu Ward – Palapye
BDP – 567
UDC – 488
BPF – 278
AP – 170
Inependent – 181
Inependent – 30
Spoiled – 26

Shakawe Mohembo West – Okavango
UDC – 1016
BDP – 878
AP – 67

Moshawana Ward – Mochudi West
BDP – 949
UDC – 762
AP – 203
BMD – 125
Spoiled – 35

Mahalapye Community Hall – Mahalapye West
BDP – 409
UDC – 342
BPF – 143
AP – 22
Spoiled – 11

Parwe JSS – Mahalapye West
BDP – 737
UDC – 375
BPF – 322
BMD – 48
AP – 86
Spoiled- 74

Sefoke Ward – Tlokweng
BDP – 735
UDC – 666
AP – 242
BMD – 52

Ikageleng Ward – Francistown South
UDC – 561
AP – 371
BDP – 339
BPF – 28
Inependent – 56

Ipopeng Ward – Francistown South
BDP – 586
AP – 437
UDC – 353
BPF – 47
BMD – 28
Spoiled – 13

Tshwaragano ward – Francistown South
AP – 487
BDP – 328
UDC – 226

Somerset Extension – Francistown South
BDP – 608
UDC – 444
AP – 204
BMD – 19
Independent – 23

Philip Matante East – Francistown South
AP – 494
BDP – 381
UDC – 180
BPF – 111

Marobela Ward – Shashe West
UDC – 798
BDP – 689
AP – 31

Marapong Ward – Shashe West
UDC – 675
BDP – 525
AP – 480
Spoiled – 27

Mogatsapoo Ward – Serowe South
BDP – 405
BPF – 62
UDC – 127
AP – 121

Itekeng Ward – Francistown East
BDP – 667
UDC – 139
AP – 137
BPF – 96

Sebina Ward – Shashe West
UDC – 780
BDP – 580
BPF – 132
AP – 79

Maun West-Bojanala
UDC: 538
BDP: 181

Nshakazhogwe-Shashe West
BDP – 549
UDC – 402
AP – 101
BPF – 27

Meriting Ward-Ghanzi North
UDC – 484
BDP – 362
BMD – 151
Spoiled – 13

Marapalalo Ward-Kanye South
BDP-781
UDC-579

Maokaneng Ward-Lobatse
BDP – 451
UDC – 114
Spoiled – 4

Source: BW Government Facebook page and The Voice/ Maru TV field reporters

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Ontathile Basaleng

    October 24, 2019 at 10:27 am

    Boteti west ward results are not here,please update.

  2. Silo Samanzi

    October 24, 2019 at 4:11 pm

    Newsteam…are u able to upload a summary of seats won by each party to give an overveiw of the results

    • Christian Grafe

      October 25, 2019 at 1:53 pm

      That way of doing may look transparent – at first sight – but is not at all at the required level for all real democracies in the current century. Much more traditional African way in half’delicratic regime. But even in that case : Where are the international, neutral observers who should watch the local civil servants rhroughout the FULL process ?

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Sunday. Almost noon in Gaborone. From the pulpit, Pastor Godwill’s beady eyes follow his most-trusted foot soldiers lug bags of tithes behind a curtain where the money counting takes place.

With such a generous flock, he will move the church out of the tent into a proper building before Easter.

He will buy a house, then a jet. He raises his hands and sways to the rhythm of the closing hymn.

The church goers dissect the homily and sing the pastor’s praises as they file into the sunlight: “Oh, God! Daddy was on point today.” “May he stay blessed.” “Halleluja, Pastor.” “Amen, Pastor.”

No one notices a young man who has been skulking around the parking lot. He sidles up to a gleaming, new, black SUV.

Big lettering on the side proclaims ‘The Church of New Life’.

It belongs to the pastor—a Christmas gift from a recently-born again member.

He peers inside. Bibles, prayer books. More Bibles. The big money briefcase is not there.

He continues to pad, cat-like, around the bumper-to-bonnet filled parking lot. In another car he spies a woman’s handbag lodged under the driver’s seat. A purse peeps out.

The young man steals a quick look around him but sees someone approaching, so he moves on to another car.

He tests the driver’s door. It is locked, but the cellphone in the storage compartment tempts him, and his time is running out.

He picks up a brick and hurls it at window, shattering the glass.

As the alarm rings, he slides his arm inside and pulls out the cellphone.

Weaving between the cars, he makes for the main gate. Someone shouts. “Legodu!” Again. “Legoooodu!” Louder the second time.
It’s like a siren screaming. The able-bodied give chase. Men, women and children emerge from their makeshift shops, from houses to join in.

“Legodu!”Dogs bark the word. Cats meow the word. Cows moo it. Goats bleat it.

The whole neighbourhood emerges to bear witness.

The young man flies towards the main road. If he can cross the highway, he will melt into the bush and then he will be out of reach, but cars and trucks speed up and down the road. He cannot get across, so he off-loads his loot.

But it is too late for him. A man with biceps the size of the thief’s calves grabs him by his waistband and slams him to pavement. The swelling crowd, cheers.

A slap, a kick, a pinch. Another man fetches a sjambok from his boot.

It whistles as it slices the air, cracks as it lands on the thieves back. Once. Twice. Again. Once more.

A woman who was walking to the Kombi stop cannot resist.

She tucks her Bible into her bag and tugs off her stilettoes. She whacks the thief. Punctuates her words with blow: “You.” Rap. “Little.” Rap. “Bastard.” Rap! Rap! Rap! “That’s for the one who stole my purse.” She stands back and gives way for a man to land his punch.

The cheers grow louder.

A woman driving past slows down to see what is happening. She cannot bear to watch.

She pulls off the road to speak into her phone. “They are going to beat him to death,” she reports.

“Please hurry.” Tears roll down her face.

By the time the police arrive, the young man is soaked in a red sea.

The men in blue-grey uniforms leap from their vehicle.

One of them charges through the crowd that refuses to part.

When he finally reaches the young man, it is to confirm that his life has been stolen.

And still, the crowd cheers.

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The reigning Miss Deaf International Queen has called for the introduction of Setswana Sign Language in schools.

The 31-year-old Serowe-born beauty, Kemmonye Keraetswe brought the crown home last July after emerging victorious in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Keraetswe is adamant that introducing Setswana will help improve the academic performance of deaf students, which at the moment she admits is ‘dismal’.

“There is a need for Setswana Sign Language in schools. Right now we are only taught in American Sign Language and this hinders the communication between us and our parents,” she notes, communicating with Okavango Voice via Whatsapp.

“I am a Motswana but I can’t read or write in Setswana. My parents can only try to give me signs but sometimes they don’t understand when I use the sign language that I learnt in school because it is a bit complex,” continues the brainy beauty queen, who is currently employed at Maun Senior Secondary School as a Teaching Assistant for deaf students.

Keraetswe’s dream is to go to university but she keeps failing the entrance exam as American Sign Language has proved too complicated.

“It is rare for deaf students to pass Form Five. I am even lucky to be working,” adds the trail-blazing queen, who is no stranger to international success having been crowned 2nd Princess Miss Deaf Africa in 2016.

HONOR: Miss Deaf International award

As for her journey as Miss Deaf International, Keraetswe claims that locally she has not been given the same recognition or received as much support as other beauty queens.

“There are so many events happening in Maun but I have never been invited to any of them! I feel like they are discriminating against me but I am just like any of them, the only challenge is that I am hearing impaired,” she blasts.

Additionally, Keraetswe says organisers often refuse to let her take part in pageantries on account of her disability.

“Sometimes they don’t accept me but I am capable just like any other woman!”

To compound her feelings of isolation, she is also having problems with the Botswana Deaf Organisation.

As is the norm with beauty queens, part of Keraetswe’s reign includes overseeing a project.

She wants this to be an independent project as she strives to inspire the death community.

However, the Deaf Organisation insist they should be involved.

“We don’t have any independence. They want us to do everything collectively even business,” she laments.

In conclusion, Keraetswe urged the government to promote equality and work with the deaf community to improve their rights.

She further called for the creation of Non-Government Organisations that will advocate for the rights of the deaf.

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At the age of 33, Mavis Mtonga is fast making a mark in the fashion world despite a car accident that left her paralysed in her lower body in 2013.

Re-living the traumatic moment, which nearly cut her life short, Mtonga, who hails from Zambia but has been living in Botswana for the past 18 years said she was on her way to Zambia when her family got involved in a car accident that drastically altered her life forever.

“I was with my father and aunt, taking my grandmother to Zambia when the accident occured 10 kilometres away from Nata. It all happened so fast yet it seemed like it was in slow motion. Our car had a tyre burst and overturned three times.”

she said as her voice trailed off, giving way to a deep breath followed by a long pause.

“And then I realized I could not feel the other part of my body just below the waist. I saw people surrounding us but I could not make up their faces, people were asking questions but at the time I could not understand what was really happening,” she said.

She was flown to Princess Marina Hospital and later with the assistance of Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund they were transferred to Bokamoso Private Hospital where they underwent surgeries.

HARDWORKING: Mtonga

Her aunt died from heavy loss of blood. “I was devastated.” She said.

However, the hardest thing for Mtonga was to accept that she was not going to be able to walk again.

“It was really difficult to accept that I was going to live the rest of my life on a wheelchair. I was trained on how to be independent on a wheel chair and miraculously I learned the skill in two weeks while others took more than that,” she said with a teary voice.

Before the accident Mtonga had already applied to study Fashion and Design at Arthur Portland School and her application was approved in 2016 so she started school in 2017.

“When I first came to class, the lecturers were apprehensive about my ability to cope in an environment full of sewing machines of different sizes but with their help I had to figure out a way to use those machines. I opted to use the small ones, which had a footer but I had to find a way to improvise by using my hands instead because my feet don’t work,” she explained.

To date, Mtonga has not only survived the car accident but she has also gone on to thrive in the fashion industry pushing her own brand in her own backyard.

“I have a year now in this industry and things are looking up for me. I have a few loyal clients who usually rock my designs and keep on coming back, which suggests that I am doing something right. I hope to grow and my vision is take my work overseas one day and live my dream of being a high flying fashion designer,” quipped the determined young woman.

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