Shevardnadze, Georgia Face Key Elections

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Sunday's parliamentary vote in the former Soviet republic of Georgia is seen as a referendum on President Eduard Shevardnadze, the former Soviet foreign minister. Many fear the deeply unpopular Shevardnadze will use force and voter intimidation to hold onto seats in parliament. Natalia Antelava reports.

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