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March 05, 2012
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly election observer Tiny Kox speaks during a news conference...
Moscow, Russia
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly election observer Kox speaks during a news conference in Moscow...
Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly election observer Tiny Kox speaks during a news conference presenting his missions assessment after monitoring Russia's presidential election during a news conference in Moscow, March 5, 2012. Russia's presidential election was unfair and clearly skewed in favour of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, international vote monitors said on Monday. Election observers said Putin, who official results show won about 64 percent of the vote, was given a clear advantage over his rivals in the media and that state resources were used at a regional level to support his bid for a third presidential term. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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