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Dmitry Medvedev: Putin’s stooge or Russia’s choice?

Member of the European Parliament Paul Marie Couteaux and political analyst Mark Urnov

By the 8th of March 2008 we will know the final, official results, but today the Russians are certain that Dmitry Medvedev will become the country’s president for the next 4 years. The opponents of Kremlin called Sunday's election "boring" and “predictable”. So what? I mean: is that a good reason to doubt that it does reflect the real choice of the Russian people? To answer this question, our guests today are member of the European Parliament Paul Marie Couteaux and political analyst Mark Urnov.

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