Monday, November 24, 2003

Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze resigned Sunday as the opposition threatened to storm his residence. His fall sparked fireworks and dancing among tens of thousands of protesters, and ended a political crisis astonishing for its speed and lack of violence in a blood-washed region.

It seems that the former president had no support from the army or law enforcement, who seemed to join in with the change of power.

Now let’s see how Armenians will be effected or motivated to make change in their country that is very similar to what Georgia was before their corrupt president resigned?

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