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Vladimir Putin: Saakashvili will hold of the authority
12:17 08.10.2012
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Russian president Vladimir Putin said that Mikheil Saakashvili, after his defeat in the parliamentary elections of Georgia, will try to maintain power with a help of majoritarians. 

On a question asked in the “Central TV” program - “will Saakashvili try to hold of the authority or not?” – Putin answered:  “I think that he will try to cover list losses with single-mandate regions”.  

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