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Prisoners’ solidarity demonstration to be renewed today
09:59 20.09.2012
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Prisoners’ solidarity demonstrations will be renewed today near the philharmonic hall.   
According to the statements of the rally organizers, all those people who have conducted protest rallies in deferent points of the city yesterday will gather at philharmonic concert hall.   
We will recall you that footage showing torture of prisoners has been spread by media two days ago. 
The Minister of Corrections has resigned due to the occurred facts.
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