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The parties will continue pre-election campaign in a usual regime from today
10:11 09.08.2012
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From today, political parties will continue pre-election campaign in a usual regime. 
The “National Movement” decided to stop pre-election campaign on August 7-8, as they believed that on these days the government should have been busy with paying honor to the heroes fallen in the war.
The “National Movement” called on other parties to share this initiative. Most of the parties agreed with the initiative. 
From today, the parties will continue their work in pre-election period in a usual regime. 
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