Мнение

The upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia could lead to civil war - a view

13/09/2012 - 18:30

Georgia led by Saakashvili is currently fragmented; politically it represents nothing of itself.

Tarzan Kokoity, MP of the I - IV convocations of the Parliament of South Ossetia:
Parliamentary elections in Georgia, scheduled for October, are perceivedambiguously by the world community, including us.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili in the coming year should step down, of course, for fear that the opposition comes to power, he will try in every way, by all possible means, by hook or by crook to push his parliamentary party. On the other hand, Georgia has also an opposition politician with more radical views - Bidzina Ivanishvili, who is also seeking to come to power, at least in the parliament, and then fight for the presidency.

It is necessary to attract investment into South Ossetia - opinion

13/08/2012 - 16:04

The head of the Ossetian diaspora in Syria Khisham Koshkha (Albegty):

The Ossetians, wherever they live - in Syria or in other states -must work together. This will facilitate the development of Ossetia, its greatness; it will improve the people's life.

Four years have passed, but it is still hard to recall the events of August 2008 - a view

10/08/2012 - 11:39

Valentine Kesayeva, a representative of the Ossetian diaspora in France (International non-profit association «Renaissance Sandzidzan» «Revival"):
The tragic events of August 2008 are still alive in my memory. Then we were grieving, were suffering very much, we wanted to help, not even physically, but to support morally. We were grieving every moment, doing everything possible for people to hear the truth, what was really going on.

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has also demonstrated its inadequacy, following the U.S. Senate and European Parliament - expert`s opinion

11/07/2012 - 17:43

Jana Amelina, Head of the Caucasian Studies Sector under the Russian Institute of Strategic Researches

In adopting a resolution on Georgia, in which South Ossetia and Abkhazia are called the "occupied territories", the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, as before the U.S. Senate and European Parliament, has demonstrated its partiality, inadequacy and reluctance to understand the current realities. However, it is not a sin, for a hundred and the first time, to repeat for those who are slow on the uptake: South Ossetia and Abkhazia are the sovereign states; their independence was recognized by leading members of the international community.

Diana Kozaeva: to elect the dignified president is possible in the issue of fair, democratic elections

15/09/2011 - 13:17

Opinion. Diana Kozaeva, a journalist:

Every day the activity of citizens involved in the pre-election process in South Ossetia increases. 13 candidates for the Presidency have already been registered. No one can foresee their final quantity. These elections – is an important political examination for the people of South Ossetia, considering that we the first time conduct them in our recognized state.

Pliev: "Normalization" meant by the president of Georgia should start with adequate compensation to Ossetian victims

02/07/2010 - 15:45

”Normalization” meant by the president of Georgia M.Saakashvili should not start with mass settlement of Georgians on the territories, from which all Ossetians had been forced out", stated the Deputy Foreign Minister of South Ossetian Alan Pliev. "It should start with adequate compensation of the victims, including for lost property and decoyed houses, as well as compensation to the relatives of Ossetians killed by Georgian armed forces".