The head of Russia's election observation body has sensationally accused the British government in Westminster of rigging the Scottish Independence vote, asserting that there were more 'yes' votes than 'no' votes despite the no campaign claiming victory. ● Following a political battle that captured global attention, the 'Better Together' campaign beat off their pro-independence adversaries in securing a 55%-45% success after yesterday's voting, meaning Scotland stays a part of the United Kingdom. However, in a move undoubtedly tied to Moscow's increasing hostilities with the British government, which vehemently backed the 'no' campaign, the head of one of the country's top election observer groups controversially claimed today that the vote was fixed. Speaking to RIA Novosti, Georgy Fyodorov, the head of the Kremlin-aligned Association for the Protection of Electoral Rights, stated that, "
According to what our observers at the polling offices tell us, there were more Yes votes during the vote count."
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