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19 candidates of South Ossetia2012-02-20 16:18
The long Abkhazian story with the elections, candidates, different crime plots etc. fails to end. The fact is that in fact 19 candidates are runing the presidency in South Ossetia. Not mentioning another fact - that would be the second attempt to elect the head of the state. The situation in the country is being aggravated.
Yesterday, February 19, the final list of the presidency candidates of South Ossetia was confirmed. According to the Ossetian Internet edition RSONews.ru, the Central Election Commission of the Republic of South Ossetia has completed the reception of petitions from the initiative group to nominate candidates for the president of the republic.
According to the electoral legislation of the Republic of South Ossetia, an initiative groups nominating presidential candidates must submit 500 signatures in support of their candidate.
As noted by the CEC of the RSO, they had received petitions in support of the 19 candidates during the current election campaign. Now the Electoral Commission is checking the signature sheets for compliance with the law.
Now the candidates must pass the check for knowing the State languages of the republic, that is the Ossetian an the Russian. As reported today by the RBC, the CEC secretary Irina Hassieva had reported "the presidency candidates were required to submit declarations on income and taxes".
As reported by the RBC, today, the 9 candidates for the post of the president of the republic must pass the exam for the knowing the official languages: the Deputy Defense Minister of the RSO Igor Alborov, chairman of the Union of Afghan Veterans in South Ossetia Murat Guchmazov, the MP of the 6th convocation Sergei Zasseev, the MP of the 2nd and 4th convocations Vladimir Kelekhsaev, the former head of the administration of Dzausky district of South Ossetia Ruslan Bagaev, the businessman Anatoly Dzhioev, the businessman Rustem Dzhioev, the CEO of insurance company "Yugosetsotsstrah" Felix Bitiev, and chief bailiff of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of South Ossetia Sergei Bitiev.
Recall, the elections in the Republic South Ossetia in late December 2011 were canceled after the Court decision which had admitted the outcome of the elections nullity. Alla Dzhioeva, the former Education Minister, won that election; after the cancelation of the election results, she had announced about her inauguration apart from the authorities.
Despite all Alla Dzhioeva's tries, on the eve of her unrecognized inauguration her election staff was "assaulted" be the representatives of the local law enforcement officers. As a result of the storming, Allla Dzhioeva was hospitalized with the suspicion of cerebrovascular accident.
After the incident, Alla Dzhioeva had not exclude the possibility of leaving politics and leaving the republic. She staited she had no plans to build her power on the bones and to live in a country "where the winner of the election may turn into a felon". At the moment there were no forces in the country capable to bring the situation back into the legal field, she said in an interview to GTimes.