Opinion: Alla Dzhioeva admitted that she has been deceived
The head of South Ossetian media center "Ir" Irina Gagloyeva believes Alla Dzhioeva's decision to cancel her signature from the agreement concluded with the former authorities of the republic could lead to new rallies in the streets of Tskhinval.
"Dzhioeva was deceived - this is obvious, she admits it herself. It is also clear that she is cunningly prevented from the opportunity to participate in the elections of the 25th, knowing well that she would win. People want the agreement, initiated and offered by Moscow and agreed in spite of everything, just in order to stabilize the situation, has been realized. Especially in conditions of current pre-election situation. When we see the same faces that were in the presidential team, putting forward their nominations. When everything's messed again, everyone turns to the fate of South Ossetia", Gagloyeva said in an interview to GeorgiaTimes.
Irina Gagloyeva also believes that serious clashes between Dzhioeva's supporters and law enforcement officers in South Ossetia's capital aren't worth expecting. "A force scenario is unlikely to happen. Everyone is wise enough, in particular, Mrs. Dzhioeva", she added.
The Rusnovosti recalls that earlier Dzhioeva has not ruled out that after she leaves the agreement, her supporters would go to the streets again.
The agreement between Dzhioeva and Kokoity was signed on December 9. According to it, the supporters of the ex-candidate stop the protest, and Kokoity leaves the office and dismisses the Prosecutor General, his deputy and chairman of the Supreme Court. Eduard Kokoity has resigned, but the parliament of South Ossetia voted against the other dismissals.
Previous results of elections have been canceled. New elections are scheduled for March this year.