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Plan of ruling coalition and Republican Party’s standpoint

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Publish Time 2016-03-29 18:17:00


It is not yet known how Republican Party plans to take part in the forthcoming 2016 parliamentary elections. Members of the party do not publicize the information about the issue. 

Tina Khidasheli, Defense Minister representing Republicans said today that ministers would not quit posts but underlined that she was dissatisfied with the latest statements made by her colleagues. 


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