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3 thoughts on “ESC’13: Azerbaijan & Russia Bought Votes?”

  1. I saw a lot of posts regarding this matter in different sources and I have strong feeling that this information is complete provocation and not true.
    That is so stupid to bribe a few people to compete with millions of fair votes. Think about it!

    1. We are not saying that they have rigged the voting, we are just reporting on what the Lithuanian paper 15min reported on Saturday

  2. I don’t believe Azerbaijan buys votes, really.
    It gets high Eurovision score year to year, so you’ll say now it pays for votes all the time?!
    Just accept Farid is a talented guy and let it go.

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