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Journalist Ia Antadze addresses Bidzina Ivanishvili
14:15 10.10.2012
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“Mr. Bidizna, I ask you very much, do not choose such a person for the Minister of Education and Science, which will make us thing that neither education, nor science is a priority for you now! I ask this you very much!”, - this statement belongs to Ia Antadze. 

The journalist addressed the future Prime-Minister on Facebook and wrote the mentioned post on her wall. 

We will recall you that consultations on the new cabinet of the Ministers are still undergoing in the “Georgian dream”. The former Minister of Education of Shevardandze’s time – Alexander Kartozia, is named as the candidate for the new Minister of Education and Science of Georgia.
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