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Re-elected Bagapsh to preserve the backbone of the government2009-12-14 12:01
The re-elected President of Abkhazia Sergey Bagapsh plans to replace some ministers, but remain the backbone of the government.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I think, yes, there must be rotation, young personnel must be. I'm a supporter of leaving the backbone of the government, which worked good for five years, but there will be rotation," he said on Friday in the air of Abkhaz state TV.
He added that young professionals would come to the government.
According to tentative data, Sergey Bagapsh, the present-day head of Abkhazia won 59.4 per cent of votes at the elections on December 12th.
Raul Khajimba, the ex-Vice President came second with 15.4 per cent; Zaur Ardzinba, the head of Abkhaz Sea Steamship Line company was supported by 10.8 per cent of voters; Beslan Butba, the lead of pro-opposition party of Economic Development of Abkhazia, gained 7.9 per cent; Vitaliy Bganba, without party and currently jobless - 1.5 per cent.