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Dzhioeva: resuscitation instead of inauguration2012-02-10 15:47
After the assault of the election staff of the former presidential candidate of South Ossetia Alla Dzhioeva and an attempt to bring her at the prosecutor's office for interrogation, the latter was hospitalized. According to doctors, Dzhioeva has suffered a stroke and now is in grave but stable condition, according to Gazeta.ru. Also, according to VZGLIAD, now the left side of her body is paralyzed, and despite the fact that her condition may stabilize within a few days, according to doctors, she may be transported to a certain hospital in Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Recall, February 9, at 18 p.m., the investigator came to Alla Dzhioeva's election staff and demanded her to proceed to the prosecutor's office for interrogation as a witness. Dzhioeva refused, saying that a witness should be warned about the call to the prosecutor in advance, at least a few hours before the interrogation. A few minutes after the refusal about 15 people in camouflage uniforms and masks broke into the building. According to the witnesses, Alla Dzhioeva suffered a heart attack. At the same time, it was impossible to provide aid to Dzhioeva since no one was allowed to her.
The sources close to Dzhioeva reported that having rushed into the building, the SWAT officers started to beat the people in it, including women and children: "The SWAT has taken Alla. She is dying. All women has been beaten with rifle butts, the blood was everywhere. The house is surrounded by men in masks. They're beating women, children. It's terrible".
However, the prosecutor's office of South Ossetia hasn't confirmed the violence against Dzhioeva. According to the Interior Ministry Valery Valiev, the department "categorically denies the rumors that Dzhioeva was beaten in the head with a rifle butt, which allegedly caused the internal hemorrhage", "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" ("Russian Newspaper") reported.
Alla Dzhioeva's supporters who disagree with the decision of the court to cancel the results of the elections held in the late 2011, in which Dzhioeva won, were going to hold her inauguration today, February 10.
However, deterioration of Dzhioeva's health could have happened for another reason. According to RBC, February 9, Dzhioeva had a telephone conversation with the chief coach of Russian national team in freestyle wrestling and oppositionist Dzambolat Tedeev, in which he urged her to abandon conducting illegal inauguration, but Dzhioeva has refused. The conflict, ensuing exchange of views, could lead to a sharp deterioration of the health of ex-presidential candidate.