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National flags are again lowered
09:38 08.08.2012
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According to the decree of the President of Georgia, today national flags will be lowered again around the entire country in honor of persons, who have fallen while fighting for independence and unity of Georgia in 2008 August.

Also, the ruling team suspends pre-election campaign for two days in connection with the “Remembrance week”.

Other parties also joined the mentioned initiative of the “National movement”.

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