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“National movement” made a special announcement
14:12 06.08.2012
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Representative of the ruling team Mikheil Machavariani announced decision of the “National movement” regarding the “Remembrance week”.

According to Machavariani’s statement, the “National Movement” decided to stop pre-election campaign on August 7-8, as they believe that on these days the government should be busy with paying honor to the heroes fallen in the war.

The “National Movement” calls on other parties to share this initiative.

During these two days, the “National movement” will suspend broadcasting pre-election videos clips and meetings with the population too. 

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