Tuesday, 17 January 2017
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Brovtsev’s facts and figures
The confrontation between the South-Ossetian president and prime minister has already gone beyond the scope of the republic and has got into the Russian newspapers. The parliament has started collecting signatures against Vadim Brovtsev, a native of the Urals. His team was accused of appropriating Russian assistance; General Prosecutor’s Office of the republic was set against the enterprises established by his team. Besides, there were attempts to set him at variance with Moscow. Brovtsev went to law, while his media proved the inconsistency of the South-Ossetian president’s claims using facts and figures.
PACE: Ice Broken Up
The Russian delegation has finally got through to the hearts of the European parliamentarians. They have started looking at the Georgian conflict not only from the Georgian point of view. After the presentation of the two polar opposite opinions on the situation the Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov explained why it came to war. Together with the arguments of the conflict investigation committee and with the report of the British David Wilshire the Russian theses made PACE investigate the problem more thoroughly.
Peru “example” for Ukraine
Georgia is not worried about Abkhazia’s and South Ossetia’s recognition by other states thinking that Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich’s statements on necessity to work out new international approaches to settlement of frozen conflicts must be treated with calm. Besides Georgian diplomats were pleased by Peru’s decision not to consider a proposal made by the opposition Nationalist party on recognition of independence of Transcaucasian republics.
Demonstrations as fatality
Today Central Election Committee of Georgia stops check-in of candidates for the post of Tbilisi mayor. There are eight persons running for mayor’s seat. Georgian experts believe that the only real rival to Gigi Ugulava, current mayor of Tbilisi, is Alliance for Georgia leader Irakli Alasania. Georgian media write about disaccord in the opposition alliance with Alasania’s teammate Sozar Subari planning to join the non-government sector again. Is it a new split within the opposition or is it their last shot?
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