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Parliamentary Commission will study the South-Ossetian government’s activity2010-04-30 16:45
The South-Ossetian parliamentarians arrived at a decision to establish the Deputy Commission for Investigation of the Republican Government's Activity. The issue of putting the deputies' appeal of voting non-confidence in the government on the agenda was discussed in private, IA Res reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It has been reported earlier that the authorities of South Ossetia may fire the republican government headed by Vladimir Brovtsev. As was stated by RIA Novosti with reference to newspaper Commersant, the Parliament of the republic has started collecting signatures for voting non-confidence in the Cabinet.
The procedure was reported to the periodical by two sources that are close to the government of South Ossetia. According to one of them, it is necessary to collect just 13 deputies' signatures out of 34 to put the issue of voting non-confidence to the vote. Another source says that the issue may be considered already on Tuesday, May, 4 during the parliament presidium meeting.
According to Commersant, the state media of the republic have developed an informational campaign against Prime Minister Brovtsev who assumed office last August. According to the Constitution of South Ossetia, the parliament is free to vote non-confidence in any member of the government by a simple majority vote.