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Valerian Tsomaia is arrested for damaging National movement campaign posters
17:59 28.09.2012
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MIA Abasha Region Division officers detained Valerian Tsomaia for violation of the administrative code. 
According to the information of the Internal Affairs Minister, Tsomaia was damaging National Movement campaign posters in Abasha Region. 
He threatened and physically assaulted the police, who came to the scene. 
“It should be noted that Valerian Tsomaia had already been warned by the police, twice. This time he was detained on the basis of Article 173 of the Code on Administrative Offences and has been transferred to the court”, - is said in the statement.
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