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Brovtsev’s facts and figures2010-05-03 11:16
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.
The infighting concerning the issue of "who is the master of South Ossetia" has almost gone as far as the vote of non-confidence and the court. The republican Parliament has started collecting signatures for the resignation of the prime minister appointed by the Kremlin. The agreement of just 13 deputies out of 34 is enough to divest him of his authority. Meanwhile, Borovtsev filed a lawsuit against the discrediting statements made by some of the media.
Not so long ago, Head of the Parliamentary Committee for Legislation, Lawfulness and Local Self-Government Amiran Dyakonov cited Brovtsev's statements about the South Directorship, which is involved in transferring money from the Russian budget to the restoration of South Ossetia, has been established by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin specially "for his people". Such revelation could apparently mar the relationship between the appointed Russian official and his supervisors.
The report was made by IA REGNUM and was reprinted by IA OSinform. Now both informational agencies together with the deputy will act as defendants in Vladimir Brovtsev's lawsuit on the protection of honor, dignity and business reputation. He demands publishing official refutations.
The journalists have already argued the accusations away, having shifted the entire responsibility to deputy Dyakonov. He told IA REGNUM that he is ready to be at law with the republican prime minister. "I have got no information about Brovtsev having filed a lawsuit against me. Anyway, I am ready for the court proceedings. It is no only me who heard Vadim Brovtsev's statement; there are other witnesses as well", - Dyakonov said.
RSOinform.com, an informational resource supporting Brovtsev also accuses the Ossetian media and IA REGNUM of disinformation and insulting the prime minister. The Ossetian journalists referred to him and the whole of his Urals team as the Varangians, thieves and even raiders.