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"None of the potential candidates has thus far filed an application for registration. We will be waiting until 7 p.m. hoping we will have a presidential candidate after all and the elections set for January 15 will take place," the chairman of the parliamentary commission for presidential elections, Tudor Deliu, told Interfax on Thursday.

The opposition Party of Communists on Wednesday proposed ex-national bank chairman Leonid Talmach for president, earlier reports said.

The Communists argued that Talmach, 50, could become a compromise candidate, not affiliated with any party, that would be supported by both the opposition and the parliamentary majority – the Alliance for European Integration.

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