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Dzhioeva's supporters failed to reach the jail2011-12-30 17:20
About 40 participants of the rally in support of ex-presidential candidate of South Ossetia Alla Dzhioeva were detained in Vladikavkaz on Friday, December 30. The procession was attended mostly by friends and relatives of Dzhioeva's supporters detained earlier, bbcrussian.com reported.
Recall, five supporters of Alla Dzhioeva were arrested in early December. They are Vladislav Khugaev, Vladislav Kaloyev, Robert Tabuev, Taimuraz Khugaev, Soslan Kokoev, who is the founder of the web-site uasamonga.ru. All of them were accused of possessing drugs and weapons. December 27, there was also detained the administrator of that web-site Henry Kachmazov.
The other day Dzhioeva's supporters announced their readiness to protest. December 29, Deputy Interior Minister of North Ossetia Kazbek Bekmurza, referring to a letter from the administration of Vladikavkaz, said that a peaceful march to the jail building, which is scheduled for December 30, was not sanctioned and attempts to hold a rally will be stopped, and its members would be brought to justice.
Today, participants of the peaceful march against the arrests of Dzhioeva's supporters failed to reach the jail building. They reached only the corner where were met by riot police. All participants of the rally, including the agency "15th Region", were detained. During their detention, the police told them that they would only check the documents, and then would take some sanctions.
Members of Dzhioeva's North Ossetian staff sent an appeal to the Interior Minister of North Ossetia Arthur Ahmetkhanov, asking him to investigate the situation with the arrest of activists of the staff, regarding them politically motivated. However, according to Kazbek Bekmurzov, the arrests of Dzhioeva's supporters in Vladikavkaz are associated with criminal offenses, but not with the political activities of the detainees, the "Caucasian Knot" reported.