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Georgian Foreign Ministry: Elections in South Ossetia are illegitimate2012-04-09 16:54
Foreign Ministry of Georgia has called presidential elections in South Ossetia, held in the country on April 8, illegitimate.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RIA Novosti, Georgian authorities do not recognize presidential elections in South Ossetia, having called them illegitimate.
"Our position is unchanged - the Tskhinvali region is occupied territory of Georgia, and any attempt to carry out any legitimate act shall be considered illegitimate until the population, ousted by ethnicity, has the right of choice", the deputy head of the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nino Kalandadze said at a briefing on Monday.
According to her, no international organization has monitored elections, the edition reported.
Recall, yeaterday, Former head of the KGB of the RSO, Leonid Tibilov became the new president of the country, scoring 54.12% of the vote in the second round of presidential elections in South Ossetia.
In the final statement of international observers on the presidential elections in South Ossetia it is stated that the elections were conducted in accordance with the current electoral legislation of the country.