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GORKI, April 28 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Dmitry Medvedev recommends the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights to consider not only the high-profile cases, like those against Khodorkovsky and Magnitsky, but to pay attention to all other cases.
“In some cases this can be quite justified, but in general one can have a feeling that the council deals only with the high-profile cases. There is much more people, whose guilt is doubtful,” the president said at a meeting of the presidential council.