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Maia Panjikidze: Saakashvili will not dare not to grant citizenship to Ivanishvili
11:41 02.04.2012
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According to the statement of Bidzina Ivanishvili’s spokeswoman, Maia Fanjikidze, Saakashvili will not dare not to grant citizenship to Ivanishvili. She made statement about it at a conference held today. According to her, coalition has a plan, which will end up with Bidzina Ivanishvili’s victory.     


“The issue of citizenship restoration has two sides: these are legal and political. It is obvious, that this is not an ordinary case.   


For the government 5 April was the deadline of granting Ivanishvili citizenship, however they took additional time and perhaps, it is legal. I hope that they do not violate the law. Politically, there is a powerful pressure on the government and we believe, that the president will not dare not to grant citizenship to Ivanishvili”, – Panjikidze said.

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