“I call to special forces not to touch civilian population"-Paata Burchuladze

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Saturday, 08 October 2016 19:10

“I call to special forces not to touch civilian population. Prime Minister should admit defeat –this statement was made by the Leader of State for People Paata Burchuladze.
“There is total rigging process in elections. I call to all to keep calm and I call the special forces not to touch citizens. Today, the government finds itself very difficult but it should admit defeat,”-Paata Burchuladze said. According to him, all the ballots are rigged in Marneuli. 

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