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Stormy South Ossetia2011-12-01 14:17
The situation in South Ossetia is composed in such a way that it is difficult to predict the outcome of events. Their requests to Moscow to intervene failed: the Russian Foreign Ministry ruled out the possibility of interference in the internal affairs of the republic. In the morning of Wednesday, the experts feared that the rivals for the presidency would use the force.
Alla Dzhioeva has declared herself the new head of state and formed state council the night before. Next morning, the South Ossetian prosecutor general's office scared people and journalists, viewing this step as an attempt to make a "color revolution". During the day, near the Government House the shots were heard: the guard of the building prevented the crowd of Dzhioeva's supporters from breaking inside. About three thousand people came at the square.
The events in Tskhinval develop so rapidly that it is impossible to predict what changes will occur in the coming hours. The intrigue, that turned the presidential election into fierce confrontation between the rivals - with ultimatums and strong statements, develops around a few key people. This is a very specific people who play a special role in the lives of South Ossetia and are well known to virtually entire population. It's about their personal interests. Therefore, the conflict turns so serious.
Alla Dzhioeva, named by the Russian press "the Ossetian Otunbayeva or Yulia Tymoshenko", until recently was just former Deputy Minister of Education of the Republic. In the small capital of a small country, this status isn't really high, since almost everyone there worked or is working or will work in government sructures. And Mrs. DZHIOEVA would never take the heights, to which she now climbs, without Dzhambolat Tedeev - the famous coach of Russian national freestyle wrestling team.
His influence on the voters was enough to make Dzhioeva come so close to victory in the first round. Within days, this woman went through a remarkable metamorphosis: from a dark horse in the presidential race she has turned into an iron lady among South Ossetian politicians, having rallied protesting electorate and make a bold push for the role of national leader.