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Members of “Georgian dream” post campaign posters on Rustaveli Avenue
12:00 24.05.2012
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Representatives of the “Georgian dream” youth wing started posting campaign posters on Rustaveli Avenue.  

Bidzina Ivanishvili spreads information about it on his official “Facebook” page.

It is said in the statement that the political coalition “Georgian dream” starts its election campaign from May 27. The rally will be held on Freedom Square at 15:00. From 13:00 pacing will start from Vake Park, Dinamo Stadium and Avalbary subway. 


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