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Jaba Samushia: price of mini-buses will be increased with 20 tetri soon
16:01 06.04.2012
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“Christian-democrates” claim that price of traveling with mini-buses will be increased to one Lari soon. It was said, by the City Council Deputy, Jaba Samushia.  

“The existed price of mini-buses is already a heavy burden for citizens, in case of further increase traveling on mini-buses will become impossible for many people. We call on City Hole to start negotiations with administration of “Tbilisi mini-buses” without delay and not to allow arbitrary growth of the price”, - Samushia said.

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