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MOSCOW, January 13 (Itar-Tass) —— Vladimir Putin’s spokesman denied claims the election website of the prime minister got stuck on Thursday because the administrator worked to delete numerous negative comments.
“Nobody deleted anything. There were hacker attack attempts and so on and there was a huge click stream. We had over 200 thousand visits in an hour. Therefore, the website naturally got stuck a little,” Dmitry Peskov told Kommersant FM radio adding everything was okay now.
Putin who is running for a new presidential term in March posted his election program on www.putin2012.ru on Thursday.