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“Georgian dream” does not rule out street protests after the elections
14:51 02.08.2012
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“Going out to the streets is our constitutional right and we may will use this right”, - Maia Panjikidze, the spokesperson of Bidzina Ivanishvili, said during a briefing held today. 

According to her, if the elections are falsified, “Georgian dream” will protect its votes.

“Out aim is to win the elections peacefully and democratically and no to have it followed with any excess. We hope the government things the same. If it won’t be so, going out to the streets is our constitutional right and we may use our right, It is not possible to say anything about it two months in advance”, - Panjikidze said.  

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