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Dozens of mini-busses are mobilized at “Georgian dream” Rustavi office
12:06 01.10.2012
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Dozens of mini-buses of “Georgian dream” are mobilized at Rustavi office. 

According to the TV-company “RTV” information, bringing of “Georgian dream” supporters from nearby villages of Rustavi should be started soon. 

This information is confirmed by drivers of the mini-buses too.

The mentioned information was denied by “Georgian dream” office. The coalition claims that the mini-busses do not belong to them. 

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