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Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili (L) shakes hands with new Infrastructure and Regional Development Minister Kakha Kaladze (R), former AC Milan football star, on October 8, 2012 as new Defense Minister Irakli Alasania (C) walks past them during a presentation ceremony of new members of the government in Tbilisi. Kaladze has enjoyed the peak of football success but his latest triumph in the October 1 elections may see him making his debut on unfamiliar ground as the country's deputy prime minister. Twice winner of the Champions League with Italy's AC Milan, Kaladze has been nominated as vice-premier and minister of regional development and infrastructure in the next government after the Georgian Dream coalition's shock victory in last week's parliamentary polls. Man at left is unidentified. AFP PHOTO/VANO SHLAMOV (Photo credit should read VANO SHLAMOV/AFP/GettyImages)
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Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili (L) shakes hands with new Infrastructure and Regional Development Minister Kakha Kaladze (R), former AC Milan football star, on October 8, 2012 as new Defense Minister Irakli Alasania (C) walks past them during a presentation ceremony of new members of the government in Tbilisi. Kaladze has enjoyed the peak of football success but his latest triumph in the October 1 elections may see him making his debut on unfamiliar ground as the country's deputy prime minister. Twice winner of the Champions League with Italy's AC Milan, Kaladze has been nominated as vice-premier and minister of regional development and infrastructure in the next government after the Georgian Dream coalition's shock victory in last week's parliamentary polls. Man at left is unidentified. AFP PHOTO/VANO SHLAMOV (Photo credit should read VANO SHLAMOV/AFP/GettyImages)
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