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Tea Tsulukiani: Zurab Adeishvili is on a vacation
11:11 10.10.2012
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Tea Tsulukiani was in the Justice Ministry, where she met the first deputy Justice Minister, Tina Burjuliani. 

As Tsulukidze said after the meeting, Tina Burjuliani said to her that the Minister Zurab Adeishvili is currently on the vacation and they do not know whether will he return to the work or not. 

Tsulukiani said, she was interested if the documents are being destroyed or not after the elections and she received negative answer. “We agreed on the fact that we should not make people feel the process of taking over the government. On today’s meeting, I also find out that some high officials of the department are planning to leave the posts”, - Tsulukiani said.
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