De-facto parliament in occupied Abkhazia urged resignation of the de facto President | Eurasia Diary - ednews.net

21 January, Tuesday


De-facto parliament in occupied Abkhazia urged resignation of the de facto President

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De facto parliament in Georgia’s Russian-occupied Abkhazia region urged the resignation of de facto President Raul Khajimba amid protests.

19 so-called MPs supported the resolution, four went against, while one refused to vote, Eurasia Diary reports citing Georgia Today.

The tensions arose due to the second round of "presidential elections". According to the de-facto election commission, Raul Khajimba got 47.39% and 46.17% of the population voted for Alkhas Kvitsinia. The opposition does not recognize the results of the elections and calls for their annulment.

Representatives of the opposition and civil activists say they will not go anywhere until Khajimba resigns.

 

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