Dzhioeva expects repentance from Georgia
Alla Dzhioeva, candidate for president of South Ossetia, issued a statement that in the event that she becomes president of South Ossetia, she won't be guided by Georgia. This was reported by the GHN quoting the Russian news agency "Interfax". "... I've never focused on Georgia and I won't - as long as they acknowledge their aggression against the Ossetian people and repent", "Interfax" quoted Dzhioeva's words.
Recall, the situation in South Ossetia escalated after the second round of elections for the new president of South Ossetia - November 27. According to preliminary data, published by the CEC of South Ossetia, Dzhioeva won it. However, her rival - the head of the local MOE - Anatoly Bibilov, accused the opposition leader of the violations. Having examined the relevant complaint by Bibilov, the Supreme Court of South Ossetia has decided to annul the election results.
In connection with the political situation in the country, the parliament of South Ossetia gathered at an emergency meeting. As a result of this meeting it was decided to hold new elections on March 25, 2012.
Further, on the night of November 30, Dzhioeva declared herself president of South Ossetia. As reported by "Georgia News" with reference to RIA Novosti, her first decision as a "new head of state" was formation a State Council. As the representative of staff and confidant of Dzhioeva Aza Khabalova explained in an interview, "on Wednesday Alla Dzhioeva said that she declared herself president of the country". "Her first decision was the formation of the State Council, it includes 10 people. The State Council will be valid until the formation of legitimate authorities", said Khabalova.