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Young Christian-Democrats Held Demonstration in front of Chancellery

21.02.2008
Today the Young Christian-Democrat Movement protested the 50-day anti-poverty program initiate by the government in front of the State Chancellery.

Activists consider that the program is artificially created and it aims simple to deceive people in the period before the May parliamentary elections and serves a ploy to keep claim them down.

Demonstrators aver that the real aim of the program is to use administrative resource to influence the outcome of parliamentary elections that are schedule for May.

The protest demonstration was theatrical and representatives of the “Christian Democratic Movement” put a large board in front of the Chancellery where every person could leave their finger-prints.

Source: Medianews

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