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The struggle with no rules against Tedeev2012-01-30 19:28
It seems that the current "mess" in South Ossetia won't end well. Preparations for the presidential reelection in the country is under unprecedented pressure from the previous management. Alla Dzhioeva's patience is running out: she is ready to hold her own inauguration. But it is clear that after this the struggle won't end. Eduard Kokoity's environment is ready for tough measures, not only in the republic. This was proved after the search at the Moscow apartment of Dzambolat Tedeev.
Reelection will be held in two months, but the situation in South Ossetia is being heated so rapidly that by the time the elections may already appear meaningless. Former Education Minister of South Ossetia Alla Dzhioeva, declared by the Central Election Commission the winner of the November elections, is tired of the subterfuges of the authorities. Having withdrawn her signature from the agreement with Kokoity and refused to participate in the March plebiscite, she has declared her intention to announce the date of her own inauguration as the legitimate president of South Ossetia by late January. However, she hasn't refused from the negotiation process with the acting head of the republic Vadim Brovtsev.
"The question of the announcement of the day of inauguration is delayed until the the negotiation process is completed. I'll let you know about the course of further negotiations and the date of taking office in due time by January 30, 2012", Alla Dzhioeva said in a public appeal to countrymen on Tuesday.
Nevertheless, the ex-minister is more than serious. "I have already agreed and ready to sign invitations without dates for honorary guests, and the first decrees, including the amnesty decree, the decree on urgent measures for the distribution of humanitarian aid collected by the citizens of the Russian Federation and other countries for victims of the Georgian aggression and a decree on urgent measures to provide housing for indigent categories of citizens".