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The List of the Presidential Candidates of South Ossetia got shorter2012-02-21 20:39
South Ossetia is preparing the elections which are scheduled for March 25. Meanwhile, six presidential candidates have failed to pass the exam on knowledge official languages of the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
South Ossetia is preparing the the elections which are scheduled for March 25. Meanwhile, according the the Vedomosti.ru , six presidential candidates have failed to pass the exam on knowledge official languages of the country.
As reported by the edition, the examination for the knowledge of the official languages of the country has been passed by only two out of eight presidential candidates of South Ossetia, who had been evaluated by the members of a linguistic committee on Monday, told in the republican Central Election Commission. "Eight applicants for the post of president of South Ossetia - the chairman of the Union of Afghan Veterans Murat Guchmazov, ex-MPs Sergei Zaseev and Vladimir Kelekhsaev, former chief of staff of the Dzausky district Ruslan Bagaev, the entrepreneurs Anatoly Dzhioev and Rustem Dzhioev, the CEO of the insurance company "Yugosetsotsstrah" Felix Bitiev, the Commissioner for human Rights under the President of South Ossetia David Sanakoev - have taken the exam. Only two of them - Zaseev and Sanakoev - have passed the exam", the head of the CEC Bella Plieva said, according to the Vedomosti.ru.
Recall, the results of the elections in the Republic South Ossetia in late December 2011 were canceled after the Court decision which had admitted the outcome of the elections nullity. Alla Dzhioeva, the former Education Minister, won that election; after the cancelation of the election results, she had announced about her inauguration apart from the authorities.
The second round of the elections is scheduled for March 25.