19 September 2001 TBILISI, 17 September (Sarke)–Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze resigned from the post of chairman of the ruling party Union of Citizens of Georgia (SMK), while acknowledging he should have resigned earlier. Shevardnadze noted that without the necessary time to follow a political organization, unhealthy trends were developing. Shevardnadze assured that he was not […]

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