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Members of “Georgian dream”, who beat women, were driven out from Karaleti
15:10 12.07.2012
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A few minutes ago supporters of Bidzina Ivanishvili were driven out from Karaleti – informational-analytical portal “” reports.

According to the publication, members of “Georgian dream”, who were banished from Karaleti, had beaten IDP women. IDPs living in Karaleti were irritated by the unfounded promises and statements of “Georgian dream”.  

Kaladze reiterated opinion of Ivanishvili there saying that Georgia started the war in 2008.

The news portal reports, that it will publish the video where leaders of “Georgia dream” are running away from Karaleti in a few hours.

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