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The first Deputy of Justice Ministry is expected on the government hour today
10:14 29.03.2012
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On the government hour Justice Minister Deputy Tinatin Burjaliani will come to the parliament today. 


It was reported by the chairman of fraction “Unity for Justice”, Dimitri Lortqipanidze. 


According to the Deputy information, he was informed by the relevant department that, instead of Zurab Adeishvili, Tinatin Burjaliani will appear on the government hour.  


We will recall you, that fraction of Lortqipanidze demand to have Adeishvili on the government hour in parliament, but as the Minister is in Ukraine with an official visit, Tinatin Burjaliani will answer on questions of Deputies instead of him. 
Conducting the government hour was demanded by the fraction “Unity for justice” and 10 questions per-minister have been already send in advance also by them.

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