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54% of respondents supports project of Lazica
16:14 10.07.2012
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According to the results of the survey of the National Democratic Institution (NDI), 84% of respondents have information about construction of Lazica, 54% of which strongly support the mentioned initiative, 32 % are against the project.

On a question: “Funds necessary for construction of Lazica were mostly allocated by foreign investors. Do you support it? – 42% of respondents answered positively, while response of 30% of survey participants was negative. 

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