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(FILES) This photo taken on November 28, 2009 the eve of a referendum on self-determination shows activists dressed in red from the movement ‚Nammineerta’ promote the ‚yes’ vote by giving out green bracelets to passers-by, in downtown Nuuk, the capital of Greenland. Greenlanders voted on June 2, 2009 in the Danish semi-autonomous territory to elect members of the local parliament, with surveys predicting a major win for a pro-independence party. Public opinion polls have suggested the pro-independence opposition party Inuit Ataqatigiit (IA) could oust the social democratic Siumut party from power after 30 years in government. Some 39,000 people are registered to vote in the snap elections, called six months ahead of schedule as Greenland prepares for a new self-rule status that takes effect on June 21.AFP PHOTO/Slim Allagui

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