KGB: Georgia intends to wreck the elections in South Ossetia
On Wednesday, the State Security Committee of South Ossetia made a statement warning about possible provocations by the Georgian special services to wreck the presidential elections scheduled for March 25, said in the press service of the Ministry.
The Supreme Court of South Ossetia recognized the results of the elections held on November 27, 2011 invalid due to the violations.
"State Security Committee has valid information that official Tbilisi, with the support of the West, is actively involved in the process of sharpening the political situation in the country. Their main purpose is to wreck presidential elections scheduled for March 25, 2012, foment civil strife, and to question the fact of the sovereignty and independence of South Ossetia. To implement these plans the Georgian special services are planning provocations and acts of terrorism", the document says.
Power department of the Republic called on all political forces to refrain from rash action "which can play into the hands" of the enemies of South Ossetia and "to harm the political interests" of the republic in these circumstances.
KGB assured that they have taken the necessary measures "to prevent encroachment on the constitutional order and security in South Ossetia".
"Any illegal activities will be stopped in framework of the Constitution and legislation", said in the statement, RIA Novosti reported.