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Russian presidential contender Titov says he will go on as businessmen’s rights ombudsman

MOSCOW, March 19. /TASS/. Russian businessmen’s rights ombudsman Boris Titov, who ran for Russian president at Sunday’s elections, said on Monday he plans to stay in his job.

"I continue to work as I was re-appointed to that office for the second term this summer. So far, there have been no complaints," he told journalists after President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with the other presidential contenders.