South Ossetian parliament urged not to succumb to Dzhioeva's provocations
Parliament of South Ossetia urged the citizens of the republic not to respond to the provocations of opposition leader Alla Dzhioeva and not go beyond the legal field, RIA Novosti reported.
"Recent statements by Alla Dzhioeva about holding the inauguration and taking office of the President of the Republic of South Ossetia and calls for civil disobedience break a fragile peace and may have serious consequences. In this difficult situation, the Parliament of the Republic of South Ossetia urges all political forces to show restraint and balanced approach to all issues without going beyond the legal field", said in a statement of the legislature of South Ossetia.
"The Parliament of the Republic appeals to the citizens not to succumb to provocations, no matter where they come from, to show civic maturity and hold presidential election March 25, 2012 in accordance with the electoral legislation of the RSO", the document says.
On the eve, chairman of the Committee on law, justice and local government of the South Ossetian parliament Amiran Dyakonov said that law enforcement authorities of South Ossetia should prevent the inauguration of opposition leader Alla Dzhioeva.
"The Republic of South Ossetia is capable state ruled by law and carrying out any inaugurations in circumvention of the law is outside the legal field. There is a Supreme Court decision to cancel the November election results, which can only be challenged in the legal field", Dyakonov said.
"If Dzhioeva holds inauguration, the police must take all measures to stop such actions", he said, adding that establishment of power structures in parallel to the authorities is unacceptable.