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Tbilisi Mayor’s Office gave permission of holding a demonstration on Freedom Square to “Georgian dream”
12:49 01.09.2012
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Tbilisi Mayor’s Office gave permission of holding a demonstration on Freedom Square on September 29 to the coalition “Georgian dream”.
A statement in connection with the mentioned fact was made by the speaker of the City Hall, Bacho Dolidze. 
According to the information of Dolidze, statement with a request of holding a solo concert of Bera Ivanishvili on Freedom Square on September 23, was submitted to the City Hall, which was refused. Dolidze said this decision was connected to the ongoing rehabilitation works in Tbilisi.  
“As for the request of the coalition “Georgian dream”, which includes holding a demonstration, the Mayor’s Office issued the proper sanction, but refused to Bera Ivanishvili to hold a concert on September 23. Georgian dream can use any place for holding a concert, which will not require limitation of the traffic, for example Vake Park”, - Dolidze said.
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