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GORKI, December 5 (Itar-Tass) — Parliamentary elections in Russia have been fair and square, no administrative resource was used. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev made this statement at a meeting with the Public Committee of his supporters on Monday.
“It is clear that the elections were fundamentally different from what we’ve all seen before for various reasons,” Medvedev said. “I can tell my feelings: United Russia got exactly what it should - nothing more and nothing less, in this sense, these have been honest, fair and democratic elections,” the president stated.
“All the talk about the unrestrained use of administrative resource... But where is this resource?” Medvedev said.