Medvedev's Landslide Win in Russia Draws Criticism
Western elections observers have criticized Sunday's presidential vote in Russia, in which President Vladimir Putin's chosen successor won a major landslide. Opposition leaders say the election of Dmitri Medvedev was rigged.
The few Western observers allowed to monitor the voting process agreed there were flaws but said there was little doubt that Medvedev was the popular choice.
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