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MOSCOW, February 11 (Itar-Tass) — Opposition presidential candidates note progress in covering the presidential campaign, head of the PACE observer mission Tiny Kox said.
Speaking at a press conference on Saturday, Kox said presidential candidates were displeased with heavy media coverage of the events involving Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
“Most of interlocutors noted progress in the pre-election campaign in mass media. In particular, debates are broadcast on television. But all candidates whom we met believe that coverage of the events involving Vladimir Putin put them in a difficult position,” Kox stressed.