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Arrest of Wikileaks founder:

Disrespect for democracy, says Putin

Russia: Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin questioned the respect for democracy in the West, after the arrest of Julian Assange in London, the founder of WIKILEAKS who voluntarily gave himself up to the authorities.

Putin made these remarks in a press conference in Moscow together with his French colleague Francois Fillon, with whom he attended the signing of 20 bilateral agreements.

Putin doubted that the USA has a clean source of information when they referred to the exchanges of messages from the US embassies all over the world to the State Department, published by Wikileaks.

The UK Prosecutor's Office ordered the arrest and even refused at first to allow him contacts with his lawyers, although he is only accused of sexual harassment by two women in Sweeden.

The website revealed assessments by US diplomats on the political situation in Russia, with strong criticism of the Russian leadership.

Moscow,Prensa Latina

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