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Candidates says presidential campaign was free of personal attacks

The presidential campaign, which officially finished at 7:00 on Thursday, March 19, 48 hours before the voting booths will open on Saturday, didn’t depart from the bounds of correctness, six of the seven candidates said when asked by the TASR newswire on March 18. Incumbent president Ivan Gašparovič was the only candidate who did not respond TASR's questions within the set time period. TASR

The presidential campaign, which officially finished at 7:00 on Thursday, March 19, 48 hours before the voting booths will open on Saturday, didn’t depart from the bounds of correctness, six of the seven candidates said when asked by the TASR newswire on March 18. Incumbent president Ivan Gašparovič was the only candidate who did not respond TASR's questions within the set time period. TASR

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