5 November 2001The cabinet is sacked in Georgia and, if massive street protests are staved off, the move could prompt alteration in the political system. TBILISI, Georgia–Following an urgent parliamentary meeting, Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze dismissed Georgia’s cabinet of ministers on 1 November after a government raid on a private television station and the resignation […]

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