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Ramaz Nikolaishvili resigned to participate in the elections
15:55 31.08.2012
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Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia has resigned. 
A statement regarding the mentioned fact was made by Ramaz Nikolaishvili on his official Facebook page.  
As it is said in the official statement, Ramaz Nikolaishvili resigned based on his own statements, to participate in the parliamentary elections of 2012.
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