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World Book Day: Bookstores in Georgia Close as a Sign of Protest

Published: April 23, 2013 | 11:48 am
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(CNA)-Majority of the bookstores have made a decision to close on the World Book Day. Bookstores are expressing their protest against the decision of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, which plans to give school text-books to pupils for free. Bookstores express support to those publishing houses who will no longer print school text-books. According to them, the goal of the protest is to direct the public focus on the problem of the printing houses. Representatives of the printing houses plan to submit a lawsuit against the Education Ministry at the court.

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