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| | Смуты после дем.выборов
В последные недели случились несколько выборов на пост-советском пространстве. Это Беларусь, это Абхазия это Украина.. Все они закончились или до сих пор протекают в режиме смуты, нарушении и дезинфромации..
Некоторые говорят все честно, другие собирают митингующих и давай блокировать избиркоми..
В Абхазии ситуация вообще кажется выходит из под контроля .. Ясно что этот Багапш играет на Запад.. И везде как и у нас тоже все закончивается выбором Запад или Восток.. Силы кажется делятся поровну и начинаются потасовки..
Даваете все эти темы собирать здесь и не отркывать отдельный тред.
Вопрос Сколько будет длится эта чехарда и возня.. Тут не то что демократией не пахнет тут даже дерьмократией не пахнет .. Страны просто превратились в поля боя, этакие шахматные доски где идет передел обственности и власти.. сейчас даже не имеет значение будут ли выборы честны или нет , все равно найдутся люди готовые кулаками или западной помощью решать вопросы
А народ превращается просто в быдло которую тащат то туда то сюда.. Все обесценивается и теряет смысл при такой расстановке вопросов..
Мне интересно чем все это закончится ?? Или это смута будет длится еще долго ??
The internal crisis in the breakaway territory was caused by a dispute over the outcome of an election to choose a president for Abkhazia, which has had de facto independence from Georgia for over a decade. |
Announcing a state of alert the self-declared defence minister of Abkhazia, Vyacheslav Eshba, claimed Georgian military units were massing on the border, preparing to invade Abkhazia.
Gunmen supporting the Abkhaz political opposition took up positions around the television building a day after the local Abkhaz regime annulled the results of the controversial presidential poll.
The ethnic minority of Abkhazia has enjoyed an uneasy special status in relations with the rest of Georgia since an armed conflict during 1992-93, following Georgian independence with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
The Abkhaz presidential election was recognised neither by the Georgian authorities nor by the international community.
Abkhaz radio and television programmes went off air Friday, and gunmen assumed positions at the building after Sergei Bagapsh, an opposition candidate declared winner of the October 3 election, called for the action.
He has slammed as illegal the move by Vladimir Ardzinba, current president of Abkhazia, who signed a decree ordering new elections.
The decision came amid protracted and bitter feuding between Bagapsh and his main Russian-backed rival Raul Khajimba over the outcome of the vote.
Electric sub-station blown up in Abkhazia
SUKHUMI. Nov 1 (Interfax) - Unidentified attackers on Monday morning blew up a sub-station in Sukhumi which supplied electricity to Abkhazia's television center.
The blast, carried out at 5 a.m., Moscow time, partially ruined the sub-station, Kristian Bzhania, first deputy head of the breakaway republic's State Television and Radio Company, told Interfax.
Electricity supplies were resumed at 9:30 a.m., Moscow time, Bzhaniya said
Abkhaz leadership shuts down state radio, TV
ISN SECURITY WATCH (01/11/04) - The leadership of Georgia’s breakaway republic of Abkhazia has ordered the temporary closure of the Abkhaz State TV and Radio Company starting Monday morning, with bodyguards of Abkhaz President Vladimir Ardzinba seizing all broadcasting equipment and preventing any transmissions, representatives of Abkhaz state television and radio said on Friday. Government representatives said the TV building had been controlled by armed supporters of Abkhaz presidential candidate Sergei Bagapsh. Gunmen have reportedly surrounded the government and television buildings, and the armed forces are on alert in the separatist republic, following the disputed outcome of the 3 October presidential election. Early on Monday, unidentified attackers blew up a power substation in Sokhumi that supplied electricity to Abkhazia's television center. The blast partially ruined the substation, Kristian Bzhania, first deputy head of the breakaway republic's State Television and Radio Company, told Interfax. The work of the de facto Abkhaz parliament was halted later on Monday after over 100 supporters of Raul Khajimba, the Russian-backed candidate for Abkhaz president, surrounded the parliament and prevented the session from beginning. Monday’s session was particularly urgent, as the parliamentarians were scheduled to discuss the Abkhaz Supreme Court’s decision last Thursday to order a nationwide re-vote. The decision meant a reversal of an earlier Supreme Court ruling declaring Sergei Bagapsh the winner of the presidential election. Two days after the decision to hold a nationwide re-vote, on Saturday, de facto Abkhaz Defense Minister Vyacheslav Eshba declared a state of emergency, claiming that Georgian military units were massing on the border and preparing to invade the separatist republic. However, Georgian State Minister for Conflict Resolution Issues Giorgi Khayndrava and the governor of Abkhazia's bordering region of Samegrelo, Gigi Ugulava, denied the accusations. In the meantime, Bagapsh has dismissed as “illegal” the decree to hold a nationwide re-vote within two months that was signed last Friday by outgoing President Ardzinba. In an interview with the daily 24 Hours, Bagapsh said that a repeat election would not be held in Abkhazia, and once again declared himself the winner of the 3 October poll, citing the Supreme Court’s initial decision. According to Bagapsh, the verdict's revocation was a reaction to the illegitimate force applied by his opponents. He said the rightful president's inauguration would be held in Abkhazia on 7 or 8 December. (By Giorgi Vashakidze and Susanne Gentz in Tbilisi)
Abkhaz government stops broadcast of local television
SUKHUMI. Nov 1 (Interfax) - The Abkhaz government has ordered the temporary closure of the Abkhaz State TV and Radio Company starting from Monday morning, TV company representatives told Interfax.
They said the government had attributed the order to the fact that the TV company building's control by armed supporters of an Abkhaz presidential candidate (Sergei Bagapsh - Interfax).
"So far we are meeting the demand," a source said.
Meanwhile, eyewitnesses heard shooting in the Abkhaz TV building in the morning.
The sources said that Bagapsh supporters want to comment on the situation in Abkhazia live.
Georgia is poised for armed invasion in Abkhazia
The defense minister of the Georgian breakaway region of Abkhazia, Vyacheslav Eshba, on Saturday cited "accurate information" that "Georgian armed forces are being concentrated" near the Abkhaz border and said they were getting ready to invade Abkhazia.
Eshba told Interfax he had alerted the Abkhaz armed forces.
"The Abkhaz Defense Ministry is seriously concerned about the military and political situation that has been taking shape around Abkhazia over the past few days," he said.
"The Georgian leadership is not abandoning its plans for revenge and is trying to take advantage of the internal disunity in Abkhazia, entertaining a plan for the solution of the so-called 'Abkhaz question,'" Eshba said.
"We possess accurate information that Georgian armed forces are being concentrated in western regions of Georgia that border Abkhazia. Their purpose is to invade our republic and destroy Abkhaz statehood," he said.
"The Abkhaz Defense Ministry asserts that all attempts to use the complicated political situation in Abkhazia in Georgia's interests will be cut short. The Abkhaz forces have been alerted on my orders," the minister said.
"I am sure that the Abkhaz people will be united in this situation. The armed forces of the republic, together with the people, will give an appropriate rebuff to the aggressor," he said.
"I am sure that, at this moment of a real threat, all disputes will be pushed far into the background, as has always been the case in our history," Eshba said.
"This statement and the measures that are being taken by the Abkhaz Defense Ministry have nothing to do with the internal political situation in Abkhazia," the minister said. "The Abkhaz armed forces have never interfered in any internal political processes in Abkhazia nor will they do so," he said.
Meanwhile, Georgian Minister for Separatist Conflicts Giorgi Khaindrava denied any plans for a military invasion of Abkhazia.
He dismissed Eshba's words as "completely absurd."
"We have not recognized, nor will we recognize, as legitimate any elections in Abkhazia that are carried through by the separatist authorities, but it has been important for us to find out the opinion of the Abkhaz people on their current leaders, and so the Georgian leadership has not been interfering in current events in Abkhazia," Khaindrava told reporters.
He reiterated that Georgia was determined to seek negotiated settlements to its conflicts with Abkhazia and another breakaway province, South Ossetia.
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