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Election bulletin of the president was thrown into the pooling box by his younger son
10:36 01.10.2012
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Election bulletin of the Georgian president was thrown into the pooling box by his younger son – Nikoloz Saakashvili. 

President appeared at N19 polling station on Zandukeli Street together with his wife and younger son. 

According to the statement of the president, today fate of our nation will be decided. Today Georgia should choose will it continue moving forward or will it return to the past. 

“Our future generations must be grown up in a better country and no one will manage to turn their fate back”, - president said.  

According Saakashvili, Georgian people were making right choice in all the decisive moments and exactly this is important for multi-ethnical Georgian society.  

“I am sure in ingenuity, courage and giftedness of our people. Today will be expression of high civil consciousness”, - Mikheil Saakashvili said after making his choice.

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