Edward Shevardnadze Resigns as Georgian President

I remember Schevardnadze from the old days when he and Schultz would meet in the late ’80s. When he became president of Georgia, it was really a stand-up thing to see him take the reins of power and keep stability.

Today Schevardnadze resigned in a “velvet revolution” amidst charges of voter fraud. End of an era I suppose. . . although it seems for the better for those interested in building an oil pipeline across Georgia.

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