A horse-drawn cart passes by Communist apartment blocks lining a street in the town of Scornicesti (150km west of Bucharest), birthplace of the late Stalinist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu who tried to industrialise his home village, in this November 10, 2004 file picture. The urban-rural divide he tried to forcibly close by razing thousands of villages to the ground is a major factor in Sunday's elections, when impoverished peasants are expected to vote for the ruling socialists while urbanites for the more pro-business centrist opposition. TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-ROMANIA-ELECTIONS-DIVIDE. File pi

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A horse-drawn cart passes by Communist apartment blocks lining a street in the town of Scornicesti (150km west of Bucharest), birthplace of the late Stalinist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu who tried to industrialise his home village, in this November 10, 2004 file picture. The urban-rural divide he tried to forcibly close by razing thousands of villages to the ground is a major factor in Sunday's elections, when impoverished peasants are expected to vote for the ruling socialists while urbanites for the more pro-business centrist opposition. TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-ROMANIA-ELECTIONS-DIVIDE. File pi

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