3 November 2003 Despite arguably its most chaotic elections ever, Georgia shows its potential for democracy. TBILISI, Georgia–With votes still being counted, it seems likely that there has been a notable shift in political power in Georgia’s parliament. Preliminary results posted by the Central Election Commission indicate that the bloc that supports President Eduard Shevardnadze […]

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