Protestors in Georgia have stormed Parliament:
Opposition supporters broke into Georgia's Parliament on Saturday, scuffling with officials and forcing President Eduard Shevardnadze to flee the chamber as thousands of protesters outside demanded his resignation.
Opposition leader Mikhail Saakashvili led hundreds of his supporters as they shoved their way into the chamber, overturning desks and chairs and leaping onto the podium, just after the president officially convened the body.
While I can't say for sure, the protestors appear to have legitimate concerns regarding the elections. Be that as it may, political turmoil in Georgia is bad for everyone as there's quite a bit of evidence that terrorists have been taking shelter their. The Georgians have been doing their best to fight them, but this isn't helping. If Shevardnaze's people did fix their election, I hope he does get run out of the country on a rail. However, this needs to be handled peacefully (for the Georgian's sake) and quickly (for everyone's sake).