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Maia Panjikidze: we are not planning to cancel Zugdidi rally
11:12 21.09.2012
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The issue of postponement of the rally of the coalition “Georgian Dream” announced in Zugdidi on September 22 has not been raised. As Maia Panjikidze, the spokesperson of Bidzina Ivanishvili, said to “”, the meeting will start at 16:00 tomorrow on Zugdidi main square.   

“We do not plan to cancel the rally; we do not have time to stop. The most large-scale rally is planne for tomorrow”, - Panjikidze noted. We will recall you that after spreading the video footage showing torture of inmates, the subjects involved in the elections canceled pre-election meetings with population.
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