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Vano Merabishvili has discussed post-election situation together with the current government members
11:35 05.10.2012
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Georgian Prime-Minister Vano Merabishvili has discussed post-election situation together with the current government members and asked the Ministers to continue their work in a usual regime till the formation of the new parliament. 
According to the information of the government Chancellery, the Premier has instructed each members of the government to ensure safety of all the citizen of Georgian in this transitional period and to make all the state institutes continue fulfilling their duties.  
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