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Khugaev was asked to resign2012-03-21 12:33
Prosecutor General of South Ossetia Teimuraz Khugaev has resigned. According to him, it was his own decision. "Recognizing my responsibility to the future of South Ossetia, trying to consolidate our society in this difficult period of change of power in the country, I have decided to resign as Prosecutor General of the republic on my own accord", Khugaev said.
As reported by RIA.ru, Prosecutor General of South Ossetia Teimuraz Khugaev has resigned. According to him, that was his own decision. He has explained this step saying that he "understood his responsibility to the future of South Ossetia and tried to consolidate Ossetian society in this difficult period".
According to Teimuraz Khugaev, he has decided to take this step before the presidential elections in the republic, scheduled for March 25. "I think that new elected president must organize his work without regard to the past, to build the power structures of the state relying on his own vision of the processes of its development", the edition led Khugaev's words.
Recall, after the events in Dzhioeva's staff building and her hospitalization, the ex-presidential candidate in South Ossetia decided to appeal personally to acting president Vadim Brovtsev with demand to explain the assault of her campaign staff on February 9. This was followed by the submission of acting president of South Ossetia to the parliament on the dismissal of Prosecutor Geberal Teimuraz Khugaev.
February 9, Alla Dzhioeva, who was refusing to recognize the court's decision cancelling the results of the second round of voting on November 27, 2011 and has appointed her inauguration as president of the republic on February 10, was hospitalized. According to official information, it happened after a visit of an investigator with subpoena for questioning in the Prosecutor General's Office.
Dzhioeva appealed directly to Brovtsev asking of "who and for what reasons" has given the order to storm her campaign staff and "to humiliate" her supporters. She also demanded to explain the reasons for the detention and beating of his supporters, and accused representatives of the Republican Prosecutor's Office of violating human rights.
Later, February 13, acting president of South Ossetia Vadim Brovtsev sent to Parliament a submission on the dismissal of General Procurator of the Republic Taimuraz Khugaev.
Brovtsev instructed the interdepartmental commission on security to check how effectively the Prosecutor General's Office was investigating the criminal cases. "We need to return to this issue again, we must rise above the issues of political bias and make weighted decision in the interest of peace and harmonious development of South Ossetia as a whole", Brovtsev explained.
The very Prosecutor General of South Ossetia, Teimuraz Khugaev, believed his resignation possible, but too inopportune, taking into account the complex political situation in the country.
"I've never held on to my own seat. I have never clung to power. I believe that the career of any man - is nothing compared to the fate of the state, nation and the future of the motherland. I was ready to resign and intended to do so in the near future, especially since we have even had such an agreement with the acting president. Another question is whether this is urgent now, given the voltage in society, taking into account the difficult political situation in the country. Not to mention the fact that according to the regulations, the re-submission on resignation of Prosecutor General may be directed to the Parliament not earlier than six months after the first submission", Khugaev told the reporters.