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Group of citizens broke into the Marneuli municipality
17:05 05.10.2012
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Group of citizens broke into the municipality building of Marneuli and asked the municipality staff to leave the rooms.   
The deputy head of Marneuli, Aleko Metreveli, said that the mentioned people were allegedly activists of “Georgian dream”. 
According to him, the police officers were called to the scene. 
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