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Supporters for the “Georgian dream” rally are brought from Samtredia
11:44 27.08.2012
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150 cars and 20 trucks full of activists started moving from Samtredia to Racha direction to attend rally of “Georgian dream”.

As a local correspondent of “internet.ge” reports, due to the lack of supporters in Racha, the coalition brings citizens from Samtredia.

We will recall you that the leader of the coalition “Georgian dream”, Bidzina Ivanishvili will meet Oni and Ambrolauri population at 14:00 today, at 18:00 rally of “Georgian dream” will be held in Ambrolauri.

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