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Alla Dzhioeva is going to retire?2012-02-14 16:31
Alla Dzhioeva does not exclude the possibility of leaving politics and leaving the republic. She staited she had no plans to build her power on the bones and to live in a country "where the winner of the election may turn into a felon". At the moment there are no forces in the country capable to bring the situation back into the legal field, she said in an interview to GTimes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Of course, I've always understood that the politics - it is not a candy, but never thought it was dirty and cruel. The power is often built on bones, and I do not want it. Today, I think it's not mine", Dzhioeva told RBC correspondent on phone. Leader of the South Ossetian opposition added that the events of late November 2011 have already shown her position on this issue, when she had not aggravated the situation and called on supporters to leave the streets of Tskhinval.
Alla Dzhioeva also said she was thinking of leaving South Ossetia. "I do not want to live in a country where I have no rights, where the winner of the election may turn into a felo", she explained. However, she stressed that she had not been going to leave home even in 1991, when Georgian President Zviad Gamsakhurdia attempted to approve power over South Ossetia by force.
GTimes correspondent has contacted Alla Dzhioeva and asked whether she was really going to give up the struggle for power in South Ossetia and leave the country. "I'm in no hurry yet to comment it. All this time I've been hoping I would find the forces that would help to bring the situation back into the legal mainstream. I still don't see such an attempt, and I am thinking of my further actions. In light of this, I gave a comment that I had reserved the right to live somewhere in the civilized world, where people have the rights", Alla Dzhioeva said.
Now in South Ossetia, there are no strong players who could change the situation in the republic, Alla Dzhioeva believes. "If we would have had constructive forces in South Ossetia, the situation would not have been like it is today", she told GTimes correspondent.
The health status of Alla Dzhioeva improved. It's early to speak about full recovery, but the South Ossetian opposition leader feels much better. "I'm not entirely recovered, but I'm a strong person", Dzhioeva said.