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Il is an impersonal pronoun. se doesn't turn the voice to passive, but is present as part of the idiomatic construction "il se [verb]" in which il is an impersonal pronoun; the idiom isn't a passive voice construction, but can roughly be translated to English passive voice. des is not the contraction of de les here but an indefinite article.
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