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South Ossetian Ambassador to the RF registered as a presidential candidate2012-02-28 15:56
The Central Election Comission of South Ossetia has registered the Ambassador of South Ossetia in Russia Dmitry Medoyev as a candidate for the head of state and refused to the two of another applicants.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the MK.ru, the Ambassador of South Ossetia to the RF Dmitry Medoyev was registered as a candidate for the presidency of the republic. The Central Election Comission has registered him under the third number.
Earlier, ex-chairman of the KGB of South Ossetia Leonid Tibilov and ombudsman David Sanakoev have also been registered as presidential candidates, the edition reported.
As reported by the Rosbalt.ru, in total, the Central Election Commission has received 19 applications for participation in the presidential race. However, most candidates have already dropped out. Some of them have refused from further struggle; some others have dropped out due to the irregularities in the signature sheets or by reason of unsatisfactory results of the examination on knowledge of the Ossetian and Russian languages.
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.